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By Kurt Burch, Robert Allen Denemark

Overseas political financial system is either a self-discipline and a collection of worldwide practices and prerequisites. This quantity explores how the 2 are similar, illustrating the altering personality of the worldwide political economic climate, in addition to altering views on that personality.

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Given the structural prevalence of the globalizing economy, states become more marginal, functionally similar, and essentially indistinguishable actors. This conception of the global order provokes questions. For R. Cox, the emergence of a new international division of laborborn of increased automation and the advent of post-Fordist productionsignals a new global order. The contemporary global division of labor fragments labor within core states and the periphery. Global 41 42 labor and production relations increase migration pressures from South to North, which exaggerates such fragmentation.

The contemporary global division of labor fragments labor within core states and the periphery. Global 41 42 labor and production relations increase migration pressures from South to North, which exaggerates such fragmentation. "The internationalizing of production, as it penetrates into the peripheries of the world economy, benefits some social groups as it disadvantages others . . creating a migratory pressure directed, first, towards the nearby urban areas, and then outward towards other countries wherever access, legal or (more usually) illegal, is possible" (R.

While globalization's ideological content heralds the borderless and stateless world (Chesnais, 1994:14), local identities and rivalries become all the more apparent. Globalization and its paradoxes make the world both a more global and a more splintered reality, yet the splintering occurs upon new axes. S. citizens as "other'' (because they have incommensurable values and are threatening and a "drain" on society despite affiliation to the same state and territory). Identifying "us" and "other" is no longer primarily dependent upon 36 37 the geopolitical categories of state sovereignty and territory or upon the material categories of capital and labor that oriented the development of International Relations (IR) and International Political Economy (IPE).

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