As a result a global economy emerges, whereby there are 24 hour financial trading markets, corporations of multinationals that command economic resources in surplus of those enjoyed by numerous countries, new formation of international regulation, regional and global development of governance structures as well as global creation of systemic problems, which include ozone depletion, global warming, AIDS, market instability, mass terrorism, money laundering, international drug trading, among other activities. These developments pose numerous striking challenges to the form and nature of governance.Firstly, globalization as well as regionalization contemporary processes are a creation of overlapping power and interaction networks. This spreads out across territorial boundaries creating pressures and straining a world order that has been designed in harmony with the principle of Westphalian of which is the sovereign exclusive rule over a territory that is delimited. A consequence of this is the effective political power of locus, which is no longer that of national governments; effective share power, bartered as well as contested by diverse forces as well as agencies, private and public, crossing of national, regional, as well as international territories. This shift has resulted in the surfacing of global politics of which is a distinctive element. Political actions are one aspect of the world that can quickly get global effects. Political action sites can be linked via quick communications through complex political interaction networks. The global political idea tends to challenge the traditional differences between the domestic as well as the foreign, and the territorial and non-territorial, as fixed in the modern ideas of the political. These distinctions did not only shape modern political theory but also shaped institutional building as an obvious division of labor that was established between ministries of state founded on focusing on matters domestic as well as those created to follow geopolitical queries. Global politics points out the richness as well as complexity of interconnections, which transcend states as well as societies within the global order. In addition, global politics today is anchored in large diversification of social as well as ecological questions. Human rights, pollution, terrorism, and drugs are some of the increasing
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