The Impossibility of International Government
The inability to create on uniform worldwide government is a direct result of the lack of hard power instilled in an international body. The whole notion of a value system relies on the assumption that there is a governing body with sufficient power to punish those who do not abide by the sanctions set forth by that government. For example, would a police force be effective against criminals without the power to indict, arrest, or sentence them? In an environment in which no authoritative figure exists to deter such criminals from mindless acts rendering from any societal advancements, cri…
- An argument for the validity of International Law as a governing body between nations.
- Failure of international aid.
- The Impossibility of International Government
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