SOVEREIGNTY OR "GLOBALIZATION"? REFLECTIONS ON AN APPARENT ANTAGONISM

Diego Pautasso, Marcelo Pereira Fernandes

Abstract


The article intends to problematize the alleged antagonism between, on the one hand, state capacity and sovereignty and, on the other hand, the integration of markets at a global level. The current manichaeism that tends to reduce approaches to "globalists" or "skeptics" does not contribute to the understanding of the contemporary international system. It is necessary to overcome the supposed antagonism between state-centric and transnational visions, in favor of critical approaches that understand the interlacements between the State and the internationalization of capital, which are crossed by the process of expansion of capitalism in contemporary times.


Keywords


Globalization; State; Capital; International System.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.72394

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