The essay analyzes international politics comprehends state sovereignty, globalisation and international security, nuclear proliferation, ecological sustainability and nationalism, global finance and economic development, organised crime and terrorism, human security, human rights and foreign interventionism.
The discussion highlights that the independent variable that was prevalent in these data sets was distribution of power in the global system. The dependent variable that stood out was foreign policy decision. The data sets could be found online by simply typing the name of the database and specify your topic later inside the site. The hypotheses developed include that states, all the times, act in line with their national interest/concern, or the interests/concerns of that state; the world is a dangerous place; a state’s main interest is self-protection; there is no overarching power, which can impose international rules and/or punish unlawfulness; ethical behaviour is extremely risky since it can affect a state’s capacity to safeguard itself; the global system itself influences states to apply military force; global institution and law have no force or power; they exist only provided that states acknowledge them, and; the wide ties among countries have both made it hard to describe national interest and diminished the worth of military power.This paper finds that distribution of power is negatively affected by international politics. This is because some nations seek to be above others.