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Globalization and Sovereignty
This paper argues that globalization must lead to some erosion of state sovereignty.
# 96682 | 2,664 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Jul 13, 2007 in International Relations (General) , Economics (Globalization)

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The paper explores the subtle balance between globalization and sovereignty of the state. The paper supports the thesis that globalization continues to have an increasingly negative impact on the sovereign rights of individual nation states. The paper explains that globalization must result in a loss of sovereignty to some degree if unity is to be achieved. However, the paper points out that how much nations must give up largely depends on how different their laws are from international standards.

Human Rights and Sovereignty
The Case of Feudalism and the Early History of the United States
A Matter of Degree

Sample of Sources Used:

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