Triumph of Globalism: American Trade Politics
ORIN KIRSHNER argues that America’s promotion of an open, international trading system has required a fundamental reorganization of the foreign trade policy–making process. The reorganization has led to the subordination of domestic concerns to issues of global economic management and to the centralization of state power. He calls this phenomenon the “triumph of globalism.”
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