Zero world government  

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Zero world government refers to a hypothetical future in which national governments cease to exist or to matter, as a result of globalization and a worldwide rejection of politics, as known today. The term contrasts with that of one world government in the sense that rather than there being a world-state, there are no political states in the world.

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