AFTER WESTPHALIA, WHITHER THE NATION STATE, ITS PEOPLE AND ITS GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS?

Dr Michael Vaughan (2011). AFTER WESTPHALIA, WHITHER THE NATION STATE, ITS PEOPLE AND ITS GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS?. In: ISA ASIA PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE, The University of Queensland / Brisbane, (Page 1-Page 22). 29 - 30 SEPTEMBER 2011.

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Author Dr Michael Vaughan
Title of paper AFTER WESTPHALIA, WHITHER THE NATION STATE, ITS PEOPLE AND ITS GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS?
Conference name ISA ASIA PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE
Conference location The University of Queensland / Brisbane
Conference dates 29 - 30 SEPTEMBER 2011
Place of Publication Brisbane (UQ)
Publisher The University of Queensland
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Oral presentation
Start page Page 1
End page Page 22
Language eng
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
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Additional Notes For more than 300 years, the state system created by the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648AD determined relations among states and their peoples. In the 21st Century, such is no longer the case, with the form of the nation-state weakening and once all-powerful governments having to share their dominion with Trans National Corporations (TNCs) and Non Government Organizations (NGOs). Overall, 51 of the largest 100 economies in the world are corporations. The 300 largest corporations account for one quarter of the world's productive assets.

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Collection: School of Political Science and International Studies Publications
 
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