Globalization, Deglobalization and the Liberal International Order

Improving global governance
Sep 28, 2021 | International Affairs, Markus Kornprobst, Thazha Varkey Paul

In recent times, deglobalizing forces have been on the rise and the liberal international order is  beleaguered. In this special edition of International Affairs, Markus Kornprobst and Thazha Varkey Paul examine the interconnectedness of globalization and deglobalization processes and the trajectory of the liberal international order. They note how the processes have become intertwined and explore how they are likely to affect the future of world politics. The authors aim to break new ground and generate novel insights into epochal change.

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