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Empire’s Law, Yale Journal of Law and Humanities, 14 (1): 211-219, Winter 2002

Abstract

Most serious studies of "globalization" quickly derail into simple analyses of the immediately identifiable global institutions and actors, with little inquiry into the deeper interrelationships animating them. We associate globalization with increased trade, or broader cross-cultural contact, or perhaps with "Americanization," but none of these fits precisely. What we lack is an analysis of globalization that inquires into the deeper currents transforming the contemporary world.

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2002

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Empire’s Law, Yale Journal of Law and Humanities, 14 (1): 211-219, Winter 2002

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