Gulf Research Center
Globalization and the Changing National Security State
Lecture by Prof. T.V. PaulFebruary 12, 2008 at 6 pm
The lecture addressed the fate of national security states in light of globalization. The nature of economic globalization was analyzed and the effect of globalization on national security states and relations between such states was discussed for various classes of national security states. It was concluded that there is little evidence that globalization has transformed national security states significantly. They still constitute the primary form of organization and are the principal means of interaction. Some global effects and entities were noted but the current situation is that national security states are alive and well.
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