International Relations:dimension of Media and economic

       international relations has not materialized, as it is only recently the United States of America is the first tar overturned on this flag after the first world war, before the war, and became an academic concept when placed a chair and generating Wilson in woolley's university, where international relations have developed rapidly intertwined with many of the sciences such as history and international law and diplomacy, in addition to other sciences like mountains, economy and other.

       It introduces the British Encyclopedia" relations between the governments of Independent States used as a Synonym of the meaning of "policy where through this definition, we know the importance of international relations.

First: The Media dimension: talk about the information side is a thorny and complicated in modern international relations, this refer to the transformations of the technological revolution and the information on the accompanying institutional level, as the planetary media community and the community of communicating knowledge with the end of the last century, the century of the twenty-first century, this century is the basis of the major transformations that are dedicated to the values of liberal market, privatization, which led to the establishment of the so-called end of history and the end of geography, as the liberal capitalism to Their success values considered extension consolidates the inclusion and dictatorship.

     The media and international relations and reciprocal process, because the international press have many aspects in the framework of international relations in the form of reciprocal basis through the role of the effective means for the implementation of the foreign policy, in which everyone from the head of state to the smallest administrative positions each competence, and means of communication and information directed out nine to achieve the goals of foreign policy through the competent media institutions and information.

      The diplomatic missions and diplomatic deliberate information function, directly or indirectly, through Issuing bulletins public information and transported by international news agencies of the statements, or what is broadcasted on radio and television programs and articles published in newspapers and magazines as well.

Secondly: the economic dimension: the economic factor is the main reason behind the emergence of international conflicts, where the bulk of the wars motivated by economic reasons, as well as seeking for cooperation among States in the economic communities through the integration processes among them the establishment of regional and global markets to participate, such as the European market or the Arab Gulf Cooperation Forum.

     The trade and economic nature, first and foremost is the part of the international relations, since it depends on productivity in satisfying the population of goods and services and with the resources which are needed to consumption and productivity of the process of exchange of goods between states.

    The economically developed States are certain policies toward developing countries through the use of a range of economic instruments: the economic boycott, quotas, tariffs, trade embargo, economic aid.

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