Does “Globalization” Make Agreement on International Public Policy Easier or Harder?

Erisa Xhixho

Abstract


This research is a study about globalization which is nowadays one of the most debating issue in International Relations. Because of globalization today, countries, people, societies, cultures, commercial entities, etc., are closer to each other than ever, causing unimaginable chaos in this "traffic" that move people, money, goods, ideas, behavior patterns, etc. Therefore in this research will focus more on how globalization influences in international agreements making it difficult to achieve their signature for some reason. Today through globalization we have a different picture in the way of governance, which already have some actors that influence global decision-making and therefore often have difficulty in achieving consensus, because every one of them protects his interest or association that represents. Mainly between developed and democratic countries it is easy to reach agreement on protection the global values, but at the moment when they are violated may bring serious consequences on the political and diplomatic relations. Meanwhile in undemocratic states is difficult to achieve agreement.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v4n1p167


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