Globalization is defined as increased and intensified flow of goods, capital, services, ideas, information, and people among countries that develop cross-border collaboration of number of economic, social, and cultural activities. The emergence of globalization has led to the inception of controversy that increased globalization is fading away the role, authority, and sovereignty of state. This paper intends to explain two opinions regarding state sovereignty and globalization. First, the impact of increased globalization on sovereignty of states is discussed and second, the future prospect of state’s sovereignty due to upsurge in globalization will be mentioned. A brief explanation, validated by researches and authors has been mentioned in the subsequent sections of this paper. State Sovereignty and Globalization According to Wang, (2004) a state is what has an “absolute supremacy over internal affairs of the state, absolute right to govern its people, and liberty from external interruptions in the aforementioned matters” (Wang, 2004: 473). By this definition, a state can be considered as a sovereign entity as long as it has the capability of devising and implementing laws within its region, and can execute them without any external power or assistance and does not take into account any higher power above itself. Until the emergence of globalization, state has remained as a dominant political entity.