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Globalisation and nation-sates: « The logic of the world economy has in many ways transcended the scale of nation-states » (Knox and Agnew, 1998: 372)

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  1. The logic of economic globalisation has unquestionably undermined the hegemony of the European nation-state model by giving more power to new supranational actors such as transnational corporations and international organisations (I). But in response, the nation-state has intended to maintain its sovereignty at a higher scale and has undergone a resurgence of regional and identity but also reactionary claims (II).
  2. But in response, the nation-state has intended to maintain its sovereignty at a higher scale and has undergone a resurgence of regional and identity but also reactionary claims

Globalization is a complex phenomenon based on the economics of internationalization of trade and the emergence of a single world market which entails the significance of geographical, political and cultural repercussions. Indeed, the volume of international exchanges of goods has been multiplied by 16 between 1950 and 2001and the development of international trade of service since the 1970s has been superior to the growth of manufacturing goods. The logic of economic globalization has unquestionably undermined the hegemony of the European nation-state model by giving more power to new supranational bodies such as transnational corporations and international organizations.

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