Globalisation Issue since 1991




Globalisation Issue since 1991:

Globalisation increased interconnectedness among countries and people and events in one part of the world have an impact on other parts. There are various ways of looking at this change. One argument is that while interconnectedness has increased, the importance of the state structure has not declined. In fact, the concept of nationalism is still very much alive. Some feel that economics and technology are key factors that have brought the world together. They argue that the concept of sovereignty and jurisdiction of states is now being challenged. There are others who give importance to the civil society and non-state actors. According to them social movements cut across state boundaries and focus on humanitarian problems of the people.

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