Empire in the Age of Globalisation: US Hegemony and Neo-Liberal Disorder

Empire in the Age of Globalisation US Hegemony and Neo Liberal Disorder Kiely reveals the weaknesses of globalisation theory and argues that we can only approach a proper understanding of the contemporary world order by linking globalisation to debates on capitalism imp

  • Title: Empire in the Age of Globalisation: US Hegemony and Neo-Liberal Disorder
  • Author: Ray Kiely
  • ISBN: 9780745324487
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kiely reveals the weaknesses of globalisation theory, and argues that we can only approach a proper understanding of the contemporary world order by linking globalisation to debates on capitalism, imperialism, neo liberalism and universal human rights He explores US hegemony in the light of these issues, showing how liberal internationalism cannot be separated from capiKiely reveals the weaknesses of globalisation theory, and argues that we can only approach a proper understanding of the contemporary world order by linking globalisation to debates on capitalism, imperialism, neo liberalism and universal human rights He explores US hegemony in the light of these issues, showing how liberal internationalism cannot be separated from capitalism, neo liberalism and US empire building.Perfect for students of globalisation and international studies, the book covers the following issues theories of globalisation and the relationship between capitalism, neo liberalism and globalisation the question of state sovereignty, institutions of global governance, liberal internationalism, cosmopolitanism, realism, imperialism, September 11th , the Bush II administration and the war in Iraq Bretton Woods, development, neo Keynesian and neo liberal capitalism, capital flows, debt, US hegemony and global finance, and global poverty and inequality cultural imperialism, Americanisation, universal human rights, democracy and freedom, and cultural standardisation and contemporary globalisation, US imperialism, and the question of progressive alternatives to actually existing globalisation.

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