Globalism: The New Market Ideology rejects the notion that we find ourselves at the end of ideology and that democracy has won. Instead, Steger argues that the opening decade of the 21st century will constitute a teeming battlefield of clashing ideologies. The chief protagonist is the dominant neoliberal market ideology Steger calls "globalism." After identifying and evaluating the five central claims of globalism--including assertions that "globalization is inevitable," "nobody is in charge of globalization," and "globalization benefits everyone"--Steger offers an overview of the counterclaims made by anti-globalist forces.
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\Manfred B. Stegeris professor of politics and government at Illinois State University, affiliated faculty member in the Department of Political Science at the University of Hawai'i-Manoa, and academic director of the Globalism Institute at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia. His academic fields of expertise include theories and ideologies of globalization, comparative political and social theory, theories of nonviolence, and international politics. His most recent publications include Rethinking Globalism: The New Market Ideology; Gandhi's Dilemma: Nonviolent Principles and Nationalist Power; Violence and Its Alternatives: An Interdisciplinary Reader; Engels After Marx; and The Quest for Evolutionary Socialism: Eduard Bernstein and Social Democracy.
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