Flashcards in 1. The State and Globalisation Deck (14)
Absolute and unlimited power and authority
Autonomous political community held together by citizenship and nationality.
Participants in international relations with significant power and influence, which are not states.
Emergence of a complex web of interconnectedness in many forms.
Growing economic integration and interdependence of economies through intensified cross-border movement of goods, services, technologies and capital.
Growing importance of international organisations.
Growing transmission of ideas, meanings and values around the world.
Homogenisation and monoculture
Coming together of global cultures and development of a single, homogeneous culture without diversity of dissension.
Idea of a common political authority with legislative and executive power over states.
Broad and complex process of decision making at a global level.
What is a state?
A state is a territorially based political unit.
What are the four key features of a state?
`1. A stable population
2. An effective govt
3. A legally defined territory
4. The ability to enter relations with other states, requires recognition by other states.
What is a nation?
A nation is A community of people who are united together by shared values and traditions.