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The article focuses on the relationship between globalization and sovereignty and raises the question: What is the impact of globalization on the sovereignty of states in the post-Westphalian Age? It hypothesizes that globalization has not resulted in erosion and decline of national sovereignties and that independent sovereign states will continue to remain the most important actors of the world system in a foreseeable future. However, globalization has transformed the sovereign states and has reduced their independence and self-governance capacity to the benefit of trans-national sovereign states. It seems that in the post-Westphalian age, considering the parallel presence of national and transnational sovereignties, one can talk more of world management than world government.