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Authors: Praj, Dusan
Hernandez Taborda, Jhonnatan
Zuluaga Palacio, Edgar Alejandro
Rivera Ibañez, Cielo Vanesa
Keywords: International relations
Trade wars
Tariff wars
World hegemony
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2019
Publisher: ESUMER
Abstract: This research addresses the issue of the "end of globalization," as some recent authors have called the current deep crisis in international markets. In order to analyze this scenario, two topics were selected that are closely related: the resurgence of far-right nationalisms, especially in the United States, and the commercial war that this country has declared against China. A type of hermeneutic analysis was used from which these topics were analyzed making an exhaustive documentary revision of texts from different disciplines. It was found that in this confrontation are underlying opposing political projects that are supported by diametrically opposed nationalist positions. Thus, on the one hand, Trump seeks to break and destabilize the order of globalization; while the Chinese, in their own nationalist project called "the Chinese dream," and from a central state planning of their communist model, have opened up to strong internationalist tendencies that support globalization. P For the date, the results of these tensions are unpredictable and there is only one certainty: the structure of globalization will undergo enormous changes, where perhaps the most important is the displacement of the United States by China in the hegemony of world governance.
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