Globalisation is posited as a process of deep change to the international order, one that restructures the role of the state internally and externally and has implications for a wide range of actors: international institutions, corporations, interest groups and individuals. One argument is that this erodes the capacity of national and subnational governments to manage economic and social change. In response to these concerns this unit will appraise the debates about the impact of globalisation and state power erosion.
|Academic unit||Government and International Relations|
|12 credit points at 2000 level in Politics or 12 credit points at 2000 level in International Relations or 12 senior credit points from Government and International Relations|
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