AbstractInvestigates what the fundamentalist variants of the three main monotheist religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism) have had to say about globalization and territories. Looks at these in terms of the implications of their analytical formulations and operational practices for the continued relevance of a liberal international order. Deals with the possibility of continued governance of the international system as these forms of religious organization encourage a fractured and disordered future
Thompson, Grahame F. <http://oro.open.ac.uk/view/person/gft2.html> (2007). Religious fundamentalisms, territories and 'globalization'. Economy and Society, 36(1) pp. 19–50.