Globalism and the Nation State
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This paper looks at M. Veseth's critique of the propaganda of globalization, noting that the nation state is not declining, or disappearing, as we are told by governments, or theorists. Instead, countries are becoming colonies within a neo-liberal and mainly American-led empire. The individual needs to scrutinise developments closely. The paper also discusses the helpfulness of the multicultural city such as Toronto where information is easily obtained on developments, elsewhere.
From the Paper:"This paper is written by a resident of Toronto, Canada, one of the world's most multi ethnic cities, a centre that offers access to limitless opinion on developments in more than 100 countries from which Toronto's residents come, or of which they have other experience. It is quite possible to have an outlook of globalism if living in Toronto, yet one is strongly aware of being in Canada, a distinctive country, whatever has been written about the `retreat of state', as argued by Strange, in a diffusion of national power to the global level."
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