Ritically evaluate the claim that the processes of globalization are undermining the democratic state.

TITLE: Critically evaluate the claim that the processes of globalization are undermining the democratic state.

PLEASE NOTE THAT IS ESSENTIAL THAT YOU USE FOLLOWING BOOKS:

Marsh, D. et al (2006) a?Globalization and the Statea, in Hay, C. et al. (eds.) The State. See also Ch.10 Sorensen, The Transformation of the Statea

Dryzek, John and Patrick Dunleavy (2009) Theories of the Democratic State, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, Ch.14 a?Globalizationa.

King, R. and Kendall, G. (2004) The State, Democracy and Globalization, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, Chapter 6 a?Globalisationa and Chapter 7 a?Suprastate governancea

Gill, G. (2003) The Nature and Development of the Modern Statea, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, Chapter 7 a?State Capacity in a Globalised Worlda

Held, D. (2006) Models of Democracy (3rd edition), Cambridge, Polity, Chapter 11 a?Democracy, the Nation-State and the Global systema.

Held, D. (2006) a?From City States to a Cosmopolitan Order?a in Goodin, R.E. and Pettit, P. (eds) Contemporary Political Philosophy, London: Blackwell, pp.107-125

Dahl, R. A. (1999) a?Can international organizations be democratic?a in I. Shapiro and C. Hacker-Cordon (eds) Democracys Edges, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp19-36.

David Held (2004) a?Democratic Accountability and Political Effectiveness from a Cosmopolitan Perspectivea, Government and Opposition 39(2)

Dean, J. (2009) Democracy and other neo-liberal fantasies: communicative capitalism and left politics, Durham and London: Duke University Press

Dryzek, J. S. (1999) a?Transnational democracya, The Journal of Political Philosophy, 7(1): 30-51.

Held, D. (2006) a?From City States to a Cosmopolitan Order?a in Goodin, R.E. and Pettit, P. (eds) Contemporary Political Philosophy, London: Blackwell, pp. 674-696

Held, David (1995) Democracy and the global order: from the modern state to cosmopolitan governance, Cambridge: Polity, especially chapters 6 and 12.

Held, David (1999) a?The transformation of political communitya, in I. Shapiro and C. Hacker-Cordon (eds) Democracys Edges, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Keohane, R. (2001) a?Governance in a Partially Globalized Worlda, American Political Science Review, 95(1):1-13.

Kymlicka, W. (1999) a?Citizenship in an Era of Globalizationa, in I. Shapiro and C. Hacker-Cordon (eds) Democracys Edges, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp84-111

McGrew, A. (2002) a?Transnational Democracy: Theories and Prospectsa, in A. Carter and G. Stokes (eds) Democractic Theory Today, Cambridge, Polity Press, pp.269-294.

Nanz, P. and Steffek, J. (2004) a?Global Governance, Participation and the Public Spherea, Government and Opposition, 39(2):314-336.

Roland Axtmann (2002) a?Whatas Wrong with Cosmopolitan Democracy?a in Nigel Dower and John Williams, (eds) Global Citizenship: a Critical Reader, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Thompson, D. (1999) a?Democratic Theory and Global Societya, Journal of Political Philosophy, 7(2):111-125.

Wendt, A. (2003) a?Why a World State is Inevitablea, European Journal of International Relations, Vol.9 (4), pp.491-542.

Wendt, Alexander (1999) a?A comment on Heldas cosmopolitanisma in I. Shapiro and C. Hacker-Cordon (eds) Democracys Edges, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press