Are the civil society and other organizations truly separated from the governments actions and policies? In what ways can the state maintain it's sovereignty amid globalization
Civil society and other groups should not be divorced from the acts and policies of the government. Instead, civil society and other groups should collaborate with or support the government's activities and policies in order to create a more vibrant and progressive community and country as a whole. One way for the state to maintain its sovereignty in the face of globalization is to take precautionary measures such as raising citizen awareness through campaigns, mass movements, and empowerment, as well as teaching the importance of preserving core values and not distorting them as a result of globalization's effects. Another strategy to protect sovereignty in the face of globalization is to create regulations, rules, and laws governing various foreign industries (all types of industries), foreign technology, business processes, and, beyond that, foreign culture, notably Westernization, and so on.