11.13 - 11/13/07 Globalization and National Security -What...

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11/13/07 Globalization and National Security -What are the consequences? -reduction of the autonomy of state power -since states have their power reduced adnt their capacities adanced, huge effect on balance of power -all states becaume a threat to the US -prominence of US attracts violence and political opposition to its onternational ambiution -Falce Controvrsies -based on old models and arguments -interdependence between two states versus globalization -novelty of globalization -does not matter if globalization has occurred in the past -is globalization irresistible and irreversalbe *all that matters is that globalization is happening now, and has major effects on current politics Overview of Globalization’s Effect on National Security: 3/3/5 -3 Consequences for Security 1. Reduction of autonomy of state power -reduction in macroeconomic policy -change in the scale of reduction -dramatic expansion in communcaitons etecnology -“hypermedia” environment -example of decline of state power *how does globalization transform relative state capacity? -communications empowers states as well
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2008 for the course GOVT 1817 taught by Professor Katzenstein, p during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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11.13 - 11/13/07 Globalization and National Security -What...

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