On the other hand, national sovereignty develops from the notion that a state strives to maintain its solitude economy, social activities while exercising its powers freely within its boundaries. National sovereignty takes three perspectives that involves geopolitics, cosmopolitan and unclear international politics that define an economy. The country’s policies are unquestionable by other states and no state is in control of the activities in foreign states. Therefore, the perspective of geopolitics means thinking about the politics not as at a state level but a global scope. Also, the cosmopolitan though takes into account the attractiveness and practicability of the democratization of world legislation. Finally, the unclear international politics falls under the fight between state forces and cosmopolitanism.
Globalization strives at making the world a global village through political, cultural, social and economic integration. In this case, integrating its policies and eradicating territorial boundaries influences a country’s policy-making system. Countries with valuable products or technological advancements may control other underdeveloped countries. Internationalization, on the other hand, implies the growth of interdependence among states, but the countries maintain their discrete national units and borders. Thus, exploitation of smaller countries does not take place since countries experience growth together.
International societies are any form of agreement of different political communities, which accept shared morals, guidelines, and institutions. In European states, the term international societies meant political agreement in political situations. The European model of international society is as a result of decolonization within states. This term primarily means the state of adopting sound policies and principles from other countries. The adoption of similar policies ensued because of states having a common