Foreign policy and globalization theory: The case of Israel

  title={Foreign policy and globalization theory: The case of Israel},
  author={Amnon Aran},
  journal={International Politics},
  • Amnon Aran
  • Published 12 December 2011
  • Sociology
  • International Politics
Since the early 1990s, international relations has witnessed a stimulating debate on globalization. This debate laid the foundations for globalization theory (GT), providing the tools for an empirical examination of the globalization of multiple activities: from politics and organized violence, to finance, trade and production, through culture and environmental degradation. However, examination of what appear to be the best-known works on globalization reveals that foreign policy has been… Expand
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