The Future of Global Relations: Crumbling Walls, Rising by Terrence Edward Paupp

By Terrence Edward Paupp

The way forward for worldwide kin facilities on intertwined issues: (a) the cave in people international hegemony and (b) the increase of a multi-centric international order of nearby powers from China to Africa, from Latin the United States to India, from the center East to Russia and the ecu Union.  The ascendancy of those nearby powers signifies that humanity has reached a old turning element that signs the disability and impracticality of empire-building, thereby bringing an finish to the hunt for hegemony and efforts through one country to accomplish domination or primacy over all others.  the way forward for international kin should be outlined via a extra built-in and jointly cooperative global order of areas within which there are a number of facilities of political and fiscal power.  those local facilities will proceed to mature lower than the ideology of “regionalism” and during the lengthy ancient means of “regionalization.”

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Should these efforts go forward as planned, it will be the first time since the 1950s that many poor countries can finally break out of a cycle of debt and conditionality. 30 Almost 2 billion people live on less than a dollar a day, while millions of others go without adequate housing, clean water, or a living wage. ” The IMF exercises formal political control and economic control when it can dictate to other countries that as a condition for receiving IMF loans they must outlaw labor unions, reduce wages, and crack down on dissent.

In this sense, the next decades of the early twenty-first century will constitute a period of transition. The first decade of the twenty-first century has already produced new forms of an emancipatory global politics in the form of social movements and through a world of rising regions (a multicentric world order) that is not limited by the actions of a superpower or just one nation-state. 7 D ef initio n Hegemony is a word rarely used in American public discourse either in the speeches of politicians or in the daily editorials and opinion pieces that grace the pages of America’s corporately owned mass print and electronic media.

The remainder of the chapter explicates the dimensions of the legal and moral accountability of hegemonic states. To do this, I undertake a discussion of what evidence is required in order to establish whether or not the facts of a particular situation justify the hegemonic state’s reliance on international law principles in order to legitimize its actions. This analysis leads to my own original theoretical contribution to the issues raised, which I call the “Principle of Hegemonic State Accountability” (PHSA).

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