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Globalization Exam Review

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
PSCI 1100
Professor
Tamara Kotar

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Globalization: process of expanding and intensifying linkages between states, societies, and economies • Process by which global connections grow increasingly thick, creating extensive and intensive web of relationships  between many people across vast differences Challenges in global and comparative politics? • Interconnectedness – what technology does for politics, e.g. media influence Globalization and the State • Intergovernmental organizations: created by state to serve particular policy ends; sometimes these forms of  organizations are part of a broader international regime (e.g. Greenpeace, Red Cross) o E.g. UN, WTO, EU • Regional organizations: for purposes of trade o E.g. NAFTA, EU • Nongovernmental organizations: national and international groups that are independent of any state and pursue  policy objectives and foster public participation o E.g. UN and EU Political: globalization and globalized institutions complicate the ability of states to maintain sovereignty and democratic  development • It matters who governs because they make those rules • World Bank and International Monetary Funds established to h
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