Decomposition of the Nation State - Nation State in the Processes of Denationalization, Deterritorialization and Seizing Sovereignty Cover Image

Разградња националне државе: национална држава у процесима денационализације, детериторијализације и десуверенизациje
Decomposition of the Nation State - Nation State in the Processes of Denationalization, Deterritorialization and Seizing Sovereignty

Author(s): Ljubiša Despotović, Živojin Đurić
Subject(s): International relations/trade, Globalization, Politics and Identity
Published by: Институт за политичке студије
Keywords: nation state; deterritorialization; denationalization; seizing sovereignty; identity; liberalism;

Summary/Abstract: This paper tends to show the means of the actual decomposition of the model of modern nation state in the context of the process of globalization and globalism as its ideological background. Decomposition and destruction of the nation state are being analyzed, above all, through the process of its denationalization, seizing sovereignty and deterritorialization, but also partly through the processes of deindustrialization and economic genocide. The paper also tends to explain the nature and configuration of the new world order, which is being built on the ashes of the nation state as its alternative, both in the domain of the international relations and in the plans of the postnationas political community, which is to be established. Those processes are also marked by the disintegration of the modern national identities, in order to place minority ethnic identities on their places, by satisfying their territorial appetites at the cost of seizing sovereignty and deterritorialization of the existing nation states.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 41-57
  • Page Count: 17
  • Language: Serbian