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With the neoliberal policies the State is at stake, what with the State when it loses power to transnational corporations?, the State obviously need economic flow, but also needs some autonomy in terms of natural resources. Because if the State becomes weakened before foreign investment, citizens disagree and may make their revolutions.A clear example: the religious revolution of Iran and the imposition of a theocratic government, which was angry before the white revolution that had been imposed by the Shah, where it had entered strong American capital and unhappy people because they thought that they were Westernized and it were putting laws that were open to women and their rights.Here at the economic factor the State faces which nation also noteworthy what will happen with the nation-State, When the global economic system is changed or collapses, as it is the current case in United States, where already up to the bailout was approved, which at the time was Mexican FOBAPROA. Do be sure of economic change?, that course will take global economic change, is still question the same Immanuel Wallerstein says: it is impossible to predict what path will be chosen. The only certainty is that the current system will not survive. The system that will emerge will have borders similar to that are known at present or, also, it is possible that it be divided into multiple systems. We do not know if the system or systems that appear are morally better or worse than the current one. The only thing sure is that the new reality will be different. My proposal is not a theory of inevitable progress but a theory of possible progress.Also says Wallerstein that the transition will be violent and anarchic (just as they are international relations because there is no certain authority that regulates, if there is, but that serve as institutions are another thing), and also long, and then remains in the villages being able to choose what to do (in this case the nation-State) will be responsible for choosing their fate. .

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