Contemporary globalization has transformed and undermined the role of the nation-state, causing it to lose its grip on both the national economy and identity. Mastering Globalization looks at the debates arising from this phenomenon and explores how governments - national, regional, local, global city-regions - can respond.
This original selection of essays discusses the impact of globalization on nation-states and the international system, the consequent political and sociological fragmentation of nations, and the rise of multiple identities within those nations. The collected essays uniquely investigate the dramatic effect of globalization on governance, outlining how sub-state 'governments' have now become international actors.
This volume provides an in-depth look at the way globalization reshapes political relationships, and will be of interest to students of politics, international studies and globalization.
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