Corporate Power and Globalization in US Foreign Policy by Ronald W. Cox

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By Ronald W. Cox

More than a decade into the hot millennium, the fusion of company and nation strength is the basic defining characteristic people overseas coverage. This edited quantity seriously examines the connection among organisations and the united states nation within the improvement of international regulations on the topic of globalization.

Drawing jointly a variety of participants, this paintings explores the function of businesses in utilizing US international guidelines to strengthen the pursuits of transnational capital in a variety of contexts, including:

  • how US govt guidelines have contributed to the globalization of construction and finance
  • the ways that transnational enterprises have motivated the united states courting with China, a vital linkage within the new period of transnational accumulation
  • how transnational company strength has formed capital-labour family members, humanitarian intervention, structural adjustment rules, low-intensity democracy and the G20 summits
  • the "corporate centrism" of the Obama management, whose guidelines were in line with the growing to be strength of transnational capital in US international policymaking
  • the politics and effects of the embedded courting among a number of sectors of the transnational capitalist type, international associations and the united states country, together with the boundaries and contradictions of this dating through the ongoing capitalist crisis.

This paintings might be of serious curiosity to scholars and students of either US international coverage and overseas political economic system.

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