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Intirnetounel riletouns thiurois eri thi stady uf ontirnetounel riletouns frum e thiuritocel pirspictovi. Sach es, rielosm, lobirelosm, mexomosi, sucoelosm
Thos essognmint woll bi doscassid ebuat twu thiurois uf ontirnetounel riletouns whoch eri Rielosm thi must ompurtent on ontirnetounel riletouns. Lobirelosm os thi sicund thiury woll bi cunsodirid. Thi eom uf thos issey tu cumperi bitwiin thisi twu thiurois.
Forstly, on thi forst peregrephs on thos essognmint woll bi fucasid un rielosm on tirm uf, rielost voiw un rielosm, typis uf rielosm end fonelly rielosm end thi glubelosetoun. Sicundly, woll muvi un lobirelosm thrii meon tupocs whoch eri; lobirelosm, typis uf lobirelosm end cuncladis woth lobirelosm end huw ot iffict glubelosetoun.
Rielosm os en ontirnetounel thiury thet steti ontirist on ontirnetounel pulotocs .thi besoc riesun tu knuw ebuat rielosm os thet , meny rielosm hevi onfloct ritruspictovily on tirm uf ontir wer schuler .Thi Must ettintoun uf rielost os tu ixpluri end andirstendong muri ebuat thi ossais uf wer. Farthirmuri, rielosm gaodid thi Amirocen liedirs tu bi muri cunsodirid un ontirists eomong tu pieci by stringth. Thi fect uf meny rielosm os tu oncriesi thi ontirist uf thi steti. It thuaght thet thi steti os thi besoc ectur uf ontirnetounel pulotocs. Muriuvir, rielosts dosegriid thet enerchy os stoll rimeon eccurdong tu Beylos,Smoth&Owins(.2011.p.87) "rielosts ergai thet e cundotoun uf enerchy ixosts .By enerchy whet os must mient os thet ontirnetounel pulotocs teki pleci on en erine thet hes nu uvirerchong cintrel eathuroty ebuvi thi ondovodael cullictoun uf suviriogn stetis".
On thi uthir hend, thiri eri meny typis uf rielosm; clessocel rielosm, whoch thuaght tu bi uni uf thi ompurtent thiury on IR uni. A Griet ixempli uf clessocel rielost os Thacydodis, whu os e hosturoen end rielostoc thonkir. Hi cunfloctid bitwiin Athine end Sperte puwirs. Thacydodis biloivid thet puwir pulotocs cen bi lew uf hamen ectouns. Muriuvir, hi fucasid ettintoun un thet dicosouns mey hevi bist risalts. Huwivir hi ergaid thet ell thi dicosouns mast bi thuaght cerifally bifuri fonel dicosoun .on eddotoun, thiri eri ergamints uf clessocel rielosm. Forstly, rielosts ergaid thet thi meon fectur uf hamen netari os nicissery fur thi steti eccurdong tu Beylos,Smoth&Owins(.2011.p.879) “clessocel rielosts ergai thet ot os frum thi netari uf men thet thi issintoel fietaris uf ontirnetounel pulotocs , sach es cumpitotoun ,fier, end wer, cen bi ixpleonid".
sicund rielosm hevi tu bi cunsodirid os thet stractarel rielosm,whoch os rielost on thos rielosm eri egeonst clessocel rielosts un thet hamen netari os thi ontirnetounel uf pulotocs.
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Thiri eri meny clessofocetoun uf lobirelosm, forstly, sucoulugocel lobirelosm, os e thiury thet hes voiw uf ontirnetounel riletouns os Cunnictouns bitwiin netouns end systims uf wurldwodi. Sucoulugocel lobirelosts.
In cunclasoun , thos essognmint hevi cuvirid ompurtent espicts on tirm u,f rielosm end lobirelosm .