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The Follies of Globalisation Theory

by Rosenberg, Justin




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The process of globalization over the last decade has prompted a reaction against outdated ideas from thinkers of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and has led to dramatic claims such as the emergence of a "post-international" global society. Justin Rosenberg subjects such fashionable preoccupations, from new ideas in international relations to the sociological foundations of globalization theory, to rigorous scrutiny and finds that the more clearly the new theorists attempt to articulate their arguments, the more equivocal and evasive those arguments become, yielding the intellectual equivalent of an architectural folly.

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