Implications Of Globalization And Globalization

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POLS 200 Yara Hifni Elham Seyedsaymodost Paper 2 With increasing globalization and proliferation of non-state actors, the state is entering a period of decline. Globalization is defined as the interconnectedness and integration between populations, business organizations, and governments of diverse states around the world. Globalization affects aspects such as the environment, nations, economic and political developments, and societies. (The Levin Institute). Political globalization on a narrower end, defines the increasing inclination towards multilateralism and emergence of non-governmental state actors, which have direct influence over the state. (V.M., Moghadam). A state is as the ruling of a sovereign territory. In my opinion, I believe that the state is indeed entering a period of decline, due to non-state actors such as violent non-state actors and multinational corporations. Globalization has affected social, economic, technological, and political factors immensely, leading to a proliferation in non-state actors. Essentially, non-state actors have the power to challenge international political systems, in terms of the use of force sovereign states use. Violent non-state actors can lead to the weakening of states, resulting in fragile states that are impotent to maintain loyalty and needs of its population. This results in the population reverting to other states, which leads to international conflict. Due to the political and legal systems being incapable of

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