Globalization and the Nation State Research Paper by Master Researcher

Globalization and the Nation State
Examines the effect of globalization on everyday life in western capitalist societies.
# 41504 | 4,650 words | 14 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 24, 2003 in Economics (International) , Political Science (Political Theory)


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This paper will discuss the end of the nation state as we presently know it. Though there is plenty of evidence to support the notion that nationalism is on the rise in many states (witness the widespread incidence of civil wars in other countries) the paper offers the rebuttal that all states, emerging, new, and old, will be overrun by the process of globalization before long, given its current force. The nation state is simply an outmoded form of political and economic organization that is not capable of dealing with the forces that are prying upon it. Only the end of globalization can restore full life to the nation state.

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