The End of Globalization: Reasons and Consequences

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The crisis of trust in two pillows of modern society - in state (Keynesian approach) and in market (neoliberal approach) is recognized by many leading scientists as from Russia, so from Europe and America. The world becomes more uncertain and unsustainable from personal to global level. Globalization from one hand and uncertainty and the “end of the world as we know it” from the other hand make societies become “liquid”, without sustainable identity and normative core. The fear gets an economic and political term and comes from realizing fundamentally fragile personal and common security in economic, political and social fields. Post crisis world still had not been determined since the end of old world order is evident but there is no idea about the new. The situation of global uncertainess - Interregnum - dominates. The same comes to the values which used to be recognized as universal but now they face hostility of non-western world. The populism revenge in USA and Europe is a strong indication of this process.

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P Dutkiewicz

Carleton University

Email: Piotr.Dutkiewicz@carleton.ca
C679 Loeb Building, Ottawa, Canada

D B Kazarinova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Email: kazarinova_db@rudn.university
Miklukho-Maklaya str., 10/2, Moscow, Russia, 117198

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