According to Russett & John (42-43), countries leadership and management are usually centered along the political delineations that act to solidify and cement their coterminous stand and stability principles. As the top managers and architects of their countries immediate considerations of policy realignments, economic and social issues necessary for stability are easily addressed. Availability of investments and creation of job opportunities forms the core aspect necessary for ensuring that people are socially stable in their lifestyles.
European Union member states have added advantages in that their citizens can easily move, reside and work in any member state. As a result, the member states understand that their citizens are spread all over and therefore strongly driven by demand for peace and stability between them. Though argued that the free flow of work force in the European Union and US has a major cause of alarm due to international threats from terrorism, the economic advantages for the member states are extremely immense.
After a long time of major differences between China and Taiwan, the current interdependence has enhanced direct communication and convergence of their political demands (Russett & John, 51-54). After understanding the impacts of war and internal conflicts to be massive suffering and underdevelopment, different countries have turned to establish similar interdependence like those assumed by the European Union and North America countries. East Africa, South East Asia, Caribbean States, South Africa and West Africa are geared towards attainment of the same status as that of the European Union and United States (Chester & Fen, 89-91).
Interdependence and international security From a political point of view, integrated members are enshrined with strong agreements and declarations that demand them to be non-participants of war and humanitarian stressful activities at all times. Following this connotation, the mutual understanding between the states shifts their considerations to beneficial aspects of trade other than war. Economic relations points out at better qualitative relations rather than simplistic absence of war (Lukas, 2008). Due to economic interdependence between China and Taiwan, there are fewer chances of conflicts between them.
China is considered to be less likely to attack Taiwan due to the immediate economic benefits while Taiwan is even less likely to desire conflict owing to the effects of war and its current stable growth (Levy & Katherine, 102-105). Globally, integrated countries have been able to demand for non conflict among their member states and others through legislative regulations. Integrations and interdependence of the American states as well as the European communities has been used as a major platform for establishment of democracy in major countries.
Majority of the highly unstable countries like Sudan, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri-Lanka and Democratic republic of Congo among others have for a long time been ruled by bureaucratic systems that have less regards for human rights at all times (Cederman, 32-33). As a result, it is through international economic sanctions that such regions have been forced to adopt better developmental systems for growth. Through cooperation, pooling of resources together has seen establishment of international assistance institutions that assist countries during difficulties (Lukas, 78).
World Bank and European Commission have been at the fore front in campaigning for peace through lending financial assistance to different countries internationally. Besides, European Union, United States and African Union have established their own military reinforcements that they use to suppress war and conflicts among nations. Recent war in Afghanistan was directed at reducing the international terrorism threats that are strongly anti-peace and stability for the nations.
Being in the 21st century, it is of essence that focus is shifted to guarantee peace as a key item for international stability (Levy, 56-57). Besides, it is through interdependence and being economically united that negotiations are commenced as a major step in enhancing peace and stability. The former Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair, is the direct representative of the European Union in Middle East acting to reconcile the warring sides for higher stability and lasting peace.