Discussing International Relations Term Paper

Discussing International Relations
A look at the importance of international relations.
# 152070 | 705 words | 2 sources | APA | 2012 | PK
Published on Nov 30, 2012 in Economics (International) , International Relations (General)


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Description:

This paper discusses the growing field on international relations and the importance of the richer countries helping the poorer countries by giving them development loans and restructuring their old. The writer explains that good international relations is something good for the entire world and is imperative for the stability and increase in bilateral and multilateral trade policies. The paper concludes that many issues can be resolved if countries understand this point and play their part in developing foreign policies that support stability and development.

Outline:
Introduction:
What is good foreign policy?
How International Relations can help world politics
Trade Promotion
Bilateral and Multilateral Trade
Good for Third World Countries
Stability Issues
Instability caused by "foreign policies"
Impact of stability of good International relations on markets
Conclusion
Mutual Benefits of International Relations

From the Paper:

''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.''

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Krotz, U., Maher, R. (2005). International Relations Theory and The Rise of European Foreign and Security Policy. International Institutions and Socialization in Europe , 292-300.
  • Suedfeld, P. (1992). Bilateral Relations between Countries and the Complexity of Newspaper Editorials. Political Psychology , 600-615.

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