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Revista Uruguaya de Ciencia Política

Print version ISSN 0797-9789On-line version ISSN 1688-499X

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SANAHUJA, José Antonio. Crisis of globalization, regionalism and the liberal order: the world climb of nationalism and the extreme right. Rev. Urug. Cienc. Polít. [online]. 2019, vol.28, n.1, pp.59-94. ISSN 0797-9789.  http://dx.doi.org/10.26851/rucp.28.1.3.

Ten years after the start of the global economic crisis, revolutionary changes in technology and production seems to close globalization as an historical phase, as it was defined in the mid-nineties. But the most important factor that explains this change is the global trend that, beyond national specificities, is defined by the rise in the international system of nationalism and of the extreme right. This rise is the outcome of a process of re-politicization and contestation of the norms and institutions of the international liberal order. This paper examines the causal factors of the rise of the extreme right, and its projection to the international scene through the new matrix of nationalist-style foreign policy driven by the "new patriots" in power in the United States, Russia, China, Brazil and other countries.

Keywords : globalization; extreme right; nationalism; regionalism; world order.

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