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ســيادة الدولة القومية في النظام العالمي الجديد

ســيادة الدولة القومية في النظام العالمي الجديد

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Title: ســيادة الدولة القومية في النظام العالمي الجديد
Author: تماضر الطيب أحمد
Abstract: This research dealt with the sovereignty of the nation-state in light of the new world order focusing on the study of the cases of Sudan and Egypt, and the relationship of the two countries to the United States of America, being a great power unilaterally dominating the international relations. The study adopted the descriptive and analytical methodology to study the reality of the state in the new international order, focusing on the most recent important developments and changes in international relations. The research relied on information gathered from documents and secondary sources: books, periodicals, magazines, newspapers and satellite channels. The study concluded with a result that sovereignty of the nation-state has begun to erode and collapse clearly under the control of the United States unilateralism in international relations. Small states lose their sovereignty, because of the weakness of their international weight politically and economically. And the advanced and emerging economic entities lose their sovereignty in favor of liberalization of the market, which made sovereignty at the moment, a mere formal term. There are factors that helped to the collapse of the sovereignty of the state most notably the emergence of regional associations, in addition to companies and institutions of international activity, and the emergence of the concepts of human rights, terrorism, minorities, conflict, weapons of mass destruction, and others. Regarding the two countries of our case study, it looks clear that the state, whether in friendly relationship with superpowers, or hostile to them, loses its sovereignty in both cases. Bases on the above results, the study suggested recommendations regarding small states and their need to enter in serious relations of cooperation, so as to reduce their sensitivity to international and regional changes, and to accelerate development and advancement of knowledge, democratization, institutionalism, and to ensure human rights and freedoms in order to prevent outside interference. This is in addition to the need for further studies on the nature of the state in the Arab and African regions, to identify the extent of the collapse of states' sovereignty in light of the new international order and to find appropriate avenues for coexistence under mutual dependence and international cooperation.
Description: 257 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/16804
Date: 2015-10-29


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