Globalization’s Nemesis: From Liberal Internationalism to White Nationalism

Federico Romero

Abstract


Through an analysis of key historical themes and points of US foreign policy in the last fifty years—containment and its end, the market turn of the 1970s, the globalization of the post cold-war era, and the current resurgence of nationalism—the author reconstructs the complicated historical road from liberal internationalism to white (and economic) nationalism of today.


Keywords


Internationalism; Nationalism; Globalization; Capitalism; Sovereignty



DOI: 10.6092/issn.2611-2752/8921

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