Category - International Relations

The international system is a system that comprises the five variables: boundary, political units, structure, forms of interaction, and the rules of the system (international law).

Therefore, in a bid to examine what the international system is all about, the existence of these five parameters (variables) is very significant. In fact, the absence of a parameter would render such a system incomplete, and not worth an international system.

Therefore, the international system is the collection of independent political units (empires, nations, states) in a clear-cut geographical area,  that interact with some levels of frequency, and are based on formalized, and agreed principles.

Articles on international relations and diplomacy are published in the Int’l Relations Category (Archives)