Professor Richard Mansbach examines globalization in the post-WWII world, the connections between globalization and hegemony, and the influence of the United States as the world's police officer. He also discusses the argument about whether globalization is growing or seceding since the global financial crisis.
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: America’s Role in Globalization
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Politics & International Relations
- Subject: Globalization, International Relations (general), International/Global Studies
- Duration: 00:23:43
Keywords: alliances, Americanization, anarchy in international relations, barriers to entry, capabilities, chemical weapons, civil war, climate change, Cold War, collective security, competition state, containment, coup d'état, cycles, decline of the West, Doha Round, economic conditions, economic sanctions, energy production, financial crises, foreign policy, geopolitics, globalization (politics), hegemonic power, hegemony, human rights abuses, international agencies, international law enforcement, International Monetary Fund, international politics, internet and social connectedness, interventionism, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), leadership (political), military intervention, national interest, national security, NATO, nuclear proliferation, order maintenance, perspective taking, pivotal politics, power and authority, power and international politics, recovery, refugee policy, regional divisions, rhetoric, Secessionism, Stability, Status, Strategy and structure, Strategy formulation, tariff, territorial dispute, trade barriers, trends, trust and credibility, United States history, war (armed conflict), World Trade Organization, World War II
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Academic: Richard MansbachOnline ISBN: 9781473975583Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016