GLOBALIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL STATE

D. Skovronskyy
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The concept of the welfare state have constitutions of France, Germany, Spain, Turkey, Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Venezuela, Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador, Gabon, Guinea, Congo, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo, Republic of Chad and others. In the context of globalization, the strengthening of social contradictions in relations between the state and civil society, leading to a crisis of the welfare state. The crisis is global and national levels. The globalization contributed to strengthening of the welfare state phenomenon over the last twenty years. However, these disputes may align by achieving balance in the interaction of the main social and political forces in society. This balance outlines priority areas and determines measures that will help to achieve the goals. In modern conditions the main challenges for the welfare state is its antinomic relationship with civil society and undermining its social base of globalization. Today Ukraine is going through difficult social and economic times in terms of hybrid war with Russia. There is a growing degree of social tension. Mass demonstrations, rallies, protests in many European countries become signs of recurrence and repeatability. In this context, the problem of establishing socially responsible democratic state becomes more and more controversial.
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