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Processes of supplanting and substitution of national interests with corporate ones in global politics: the conflict of interests and values
The author focuses on the fact that in the result of the transformation of the global political system, caused by a massive “invasion” of TNCs in the political sphere, the national sovereignty principle can be substituted with the transnational interests’ balance principle, and international law – with corporate law extending its influence on the global political sphere. In this context, the growth of TNCs’ and the related groups’ interests in global politics can lead to the substitution of corporate interests of TNCs’ for national interests; it can cause further commercialization of global politics, supplanting of nation-states on its periphery, and indication of new challenges and threats to international security.
Keywords: political regime, international relations, U.S. foreign policy, global politics, global information space, political system, interests, state, security, risks
Article was received: 02-12-2016
Review date: 03-12-2016
Publish date: 10-06-2017
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here.