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The essence of social relations within societies takes place internally. The proximity between individuals and the group can create conflicts or contradictions. The intensification of trade relations has led to this question: Who am I, what is my cultural identity? We can consider the example of immigration and the presence of minorities. It was due to fragmentation of societies. Beside the international society, there are actually a multitude of partial international companies. At the universal level, one can observe that the company is established by the UN. It looks like universal with the UN, but also as partial international communities. If you live in a society internally, it acts in an international context. The state is the legal framework of any mainstream political society. Any organized human society is formalized in the state framework. The state is now an actor so that it establishes relations with other states with international relations. This state is also a media player such that it regulates the relationship between its citizens and international society as they are transnational relations. The State is the organizing power for these relationships and is the regulator of these reports because international society is often described as anarchic. The failure of international society is that it has no central regulatory body. There is no international statesman, so the conflicts and even wars are standing on the international stage. Any radical change in society is framed in its house, channeled through certain processes. Political elections in a state are a form of "institutionalized revolution" (Tocqueville) because they allow a deep radical while preserving civil peace. This process of change does not seem to exist on the international stage: if the change is due to wars. This is the case of the two World Wars. Is it possible that any change through violence is inevitable in the international arena? Can it be answered "no" to this question? It is exemplified by the fall of the Berlin Wall and of communism. These changes are due to an internal implosion of the community. Since this major event (1980-1990), one must put this objection in international society / company internally. It was a link between the two, because it is the implosion of the communist society that has changed the international scene. Similarly, civil war or a coup can change the world stage: an international change may be due to a change in domestic companies.

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