The future of the nation-state in an era of globalisation

Suter, Keith
August 2009
Future Times;2009, Vol. 3, p6
In this article, the author analyzes the future of the nations in this era of globalization. He states that his research focuses on how global order will evolve based on the four scenarios drawn from two intersecting axes including the vertical axis, which he describes as the catalyst for change and the horizontal axis which is the determinant for international cooperation. He adds, after describing the current system, the four scenarios including steady state, world state, earth, Inc. and wild state were further explained.


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