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Globalisms

Facing the Populist Challenge

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Rather than reaching the "end of ideology" predicted only three decades ago, we find ourselves in the throes of an intensifying ideological struggle over the meaning and direction of globalization. Noted scholar Manfred B. Steger introduces readers to the clashing political belief systems of our time: market globalism, justice globalism, and religious globalism. He shows how these "globalisms" have developed and how their competing ideas articulate and legitimize particular political agendas. He focuses especially on the ways this battle of ideas has been extended through the unexpectedly powerful surge of antiglobalist populism, an ideological contender that stands in tension to pluralist values of liberal democracy. Explaining the origins, impacts, and consequences of the recent populist challenge, Steger considers the future prospects for the established globalisms in what promises to be a tumultuous decade-as global problems such as climate change, pandemics, transnational terrorism, financial crises, and cyber-warfare threaten humanity's collective future.

Product code: 9781538129456

ISBN 9781538129456
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H227xW152xS13
Series Globalization
No. Of Pages 240
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Edition Fourth Edition
Providing a comprehensive overview of the changing ideological landscape in the age of globalization, Manfred Steger explores the clashing political belief systems of our time: market globalism, justice globalism, and religious globalism. He considers their prospects in light of the growing populist challengers in the tumultuous decade to come.