Has Globalization Destroyed Nation-State

Has Globalization Destroyed Nation-State


In recent decades, globalization have a full performance in the way of life, customs, culture, system, science and technology education, common sense, and so on. The depth and breadth of its expansion, with its unparalleled tension in the world will be different geographical, racial, national, ethnic population of billions of closely connected together. Globalization has affected and affects the development of the world economy, which is the world's economic and cultural hot topic, and attracted worldwide attention and study. Due to the history process’s roles, status, position, gains and losses are different in different countries and political alliance, the definition, attitude and evaluation are also different. As a phenomenon, globalization has its own basic of production and law of development. However, what globalization is, when it began, how the impact on nation-state culture, how it will develop, there is no unified theory.

The purpose of this essay is to analyze some ways that the globalization process has affected the institution of the nation-state, in particular its ability to autonomously manage its own social and economic policies. This essay will first try to give the definition of globalization and its current situation, before going to discuss the formative processes of the globalization and some impacts of financial capital to the nation-state, national sovereignty, technology, culture and education, and the impacts upon the nation-state of the future, then it will also argues some action from nation-states that against the globalization.

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"Globalization" is a very fashion catchword from the 1980s, it is widely used not only in the economy field, but also including political, science and technology, culture and so on. However, it was beginning to describe the phenomenon of the world economy. “Globalization” has multiple meanings. “Globalization, in transnational corporate lingo, is conceived as the last of...

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