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2016, vol. 68, iss. 3, pp. 7-28
Globalization between the end and the return of history
Ministarstvo odbrane Republike Srbije, Institut za strategijska istraživanja

emailstanislav.stojanovic@mod.gov.rs
Abstract
Globalization as a social concept based on the principle of universalism announced the beginning of a new era and a model of international society which would mean a sort of an end of historical cycles. Optimistic faith in progress was one of the driving ideas of the concept. A hope was awakened that a new era of human history was starting, and globalization was one of the most popular concepts of the global society. The nature and dynamics of relationships in international politics, which is torn between the vision of a global society and the increasingly stronger political practice, continuing throughout the history of human civilization, unambiguously confirm that globalization is “not working”, that its power subsides and that the concept of the contemporary global society arrangement is ever less credible. The global financial collapse that befell the world in 2008 represents the most convincing indication that most of globalization is discredited, and the faith in a united mankind is increasingly less desirable concept. The world with globalization has not become one of the best possible worlds, as announced earlier. A multitude of people have found themselves in social, economic and political wasteland. It has been exactly the processes of establishing the world society, which would be based on liberal and democratic qualities, that have had a great influence on the radical desocialization of areas throughout the contemporary world. Strong deficiencies of the global world order have intensified many political, social and religious disintegrative processes It has turned out that the announcement of the globalization having started the era of international rapprochement was wrong. At the same time, ever more strong interdependence of contemporary societies, based on the technological achievements of the postindustrial world, has expanded the range of issues that call for the global approach.
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article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
DOI: 10.5937/vojdelo1603007S
published in SCIndeks: 27/12/2017

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