Politics of Globalization presents an up-to-date perspective on the kaleidoscopic politics of globalization. The authors analyze the existing definitions of capitalism and argue that globalization and the consequent growing multi-polarity in world politics is not a crisis but a proliferation of capitalisms. This network of capitalisms becomes the framework of the politics of the new globalization.
- Introduction: A Reflection on Politics of Globalization and Textual Entrails
- Chapter 1: Coup D'état and Paper Tiger in Washington, Fiery Dragon in the Pacific
- Chapter 2: From ‘We the People’ to ‘We the Planet’: Neoconservative Visions of a Global USA
- Chapter 3: The Transnational Capitalist Class and the Politics of Capitalist Globalization
- Chapter 4: Transnationalization, Class and the State
- Chapter 5: Globalization Theory or Theories of (Capitalist) Globalization: The Political Implications of the Distinction
- Chapter 6: Entering Global Anarchy
- Chapter 7: Towards the 21st Century International Division of Labour
- Chapter 8: Dialectics of Globalization: From Theory to Practice
- Chapter 9: Policing Anti-Globalization Protests: Patterns and Variations in State Responses
- Chapter 10: Globalization Politics with Women's Empowerment
- Chapter 11: Coping with Market Liberalism: Politics of Trade Unionism in Contemporary India
- Chapter 12: Globalization and the Human Empire
- Chapter 13: Exploring Global Agrifood Politics and the Position of Limited Resource Producers in the United States
- Chapter 14: Nothing Has Been Decided: The Chances and Risks of Feasible Globalization
- Chapter 15: The Boundaries of Citizenship: Dual, Nested and Global
- Chapter 16: Globalization: Whither Socially Responsible Initiatives?
- Chapter 17: A Global Community-Building Language?
- Chapter 18: Sites of Globalization: The Social and Cultural Origins of Community Libraries