Geopolitical Development in Adam Harmes' "The Return of the State" Book Review by Top Papers

Geopolitical Development in Adam Harmes' "The Return of the State"
Review of Adam Harmes's book, "The Return of the State."
# 139968 | 1,750 words | 0 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (Political Theory)


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This paper reviews and analyzes Adam Harmes's book "The Return of the State." The paper examines Harmes's central arguments in favor of political globalization. It takes a detailed look at the various strategies that Harmes uses to make his argument.

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"The future of geopolitics has always been an important topic for political scientists. There are generally two broad categories of paths that political scientists see geopolitics moving in. The first is economic globalization in which the economies of countries become increasingly integrated. This involves increasing levels of free trade and a reduced role for governments. The second category is the national alternative in which governments grow in importance. They become more involved in the economy and start enacting protectionist policies."

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