Globalization affects the political stage by moving away from a national, territorial system and towards a unilateral integrated system. This allows for less focus on independent rights and economies and much greater focus on world events, local crises, human rights and global development, according to Global Policy.
Due to the globalization of politics, it is possible for organizations to operate at a level that supersedes the state via political integration schemes, states Global Policy. The largest examples of this are the United Nations and the European Union. Other integrated organizations include the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the World Trade Organization. Nongovernmental organizations also act on the international government stage without belonging to any specific government. Global communication systems are the catalyst for this movement.
Globalization of politics is further divided into several subsets, which include the globalization of economy, the globalization of culture and the globalization of law. The globalization of economy has resulted in the largest free market history has seen, thanks to advances in technology, communication and international policy, according to Global Policy. There are numerous international financial institutions that do not belong to any specific nationality. This offers great boons to investors, but it comes at a high cost to local laborers within each country.