Outline I. Introduction: A. What is good foreign policy? B. How International Relations can help world politics II. Trade Promotion A. Bilateral and Multilateral Trade B. Good for Third World Countries III. Stability Issues A…
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It has been one of the most researched topics by professionals and academics alike. The field has made more development over the last decade than it ever made in the past. Many scholars suggest different reasons for the implementation of good international relations. They cite different benefits of international relations accruing to the implementing countries and to the entire world as a whole. One scholar suggests that international relations are dominated by two poles. At one end, the sphere of International Relations should be the policies of the United States with the rest of the world, and on the other, it is the EU controlling the flow of policies in the international relations. International Relations gained more prominence after the USSR-USA Cold War in the 1990s. Both of these nations tried to win allies and hence it started a cycle of every country trying to find a partner in the sphere of politics, trade, security and power. International Relations have become an important aspect in international relations because every country days is trying to show the strength in number after the US-Iran tensions. There are a lot of advantages of developing a sound policy of international relations, not just by the super powers of the world, but for every nation of the world. (Krotz & Maher, 2005) Many social scientists have argued that International Relations are totally driven by Trade Policies. In fact the economies of the world have become so interlinked that is unimaginable to separate them with the politics and other important facets of the international political environment. Therefore an important part of foreign or international relation is the economic and business development part. No two countries can have stable relations unless they are involved in the international trade. Many social scientists believe that it is the bilateral trade that drives the foreign policy of all countries. The breakdown in the relationship between Iraq and the United States of America happened when Saddam Hussein threatened that Iraqi would not sell oil to American companies. This caused the international crude oil prices to soar and resulted in uncertainty and economic instability around the world. There were question marks regarding what the future holds for Iraq and how will the United States of America going to change its foreign policy in response to Saddam’s threat? It led the two countries to war. It can be said that International Relations policies are a function of trade and economic policies. Not a long ago, there was a tension between the United States of America and Republic of China. But over the years two countries have patched up their difference. Many economists believe that two nations have covertly decided that their economies are too big to go to war. In case, there is a war between the United States of America and Republic of China no one nation could emerge as a winner, but instead it would create economic instability in both countries, more so in the United States of America. International Relation hence cannot work alone without the economic policies. Both economic policies and International Relations work together to shape a foreign policy and hence no nation in the world cannot succeed without having sound economic and international relations policies. Another important role that good international relations play is the stable global environment. Without having stable global env
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Since then China’s nuclear stockpile has remained comparatively small with respect to that of the United States and Soviet Union. China’s “four modernization program” has given the military the lowest priority, but nuclear weapons are considered separately and have been given the highest priority of all military programs since 1992.
Hence, it becomes highly important to understand International Relations. International Relations is the study of the interaction between the various actors that take part in international politics which includes the countries, states, non-government organizations, international organizations, local governments, bureaucrats and individuals.
Table of Contents 1 Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis Statement 3 Expansive Detail of the Event 4 Arguments 5 Realist Theory 5 Liberal theory 7 Conclusion 9 References 10 11 Introduction International relations can be defined as an expanded antagonism between the realist, liberal and radical traditions.
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t govern the international relations between sovereign states and other institutional subjects of international law such as the United Nations and the African Union (formerly O.A.U). (The nature of international law) Rules of international law cover almost every facet of
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