According to Susan Strange, “There will be power struggles between branches of the state of bureaucracy. Both the unity and the authority of government is bound to suffer”. The government may be the last to recognise that they and their ministers have lost the authority over national societies and economies that they used to have. People no longer believe the government. She believes that the time has come to consider a few of the entrenched ideas of some academic colleagues in economics, politc, sociology and international relations. She argues her point with the neglected factor of technology and the neglect of finance.
Now a days technology has rapidly change over the past 100 years. It has made things convienet, simplier and faster. “There is no reason to suppose that technological change in products and processes, drvien by profit, will not continue to accelerate in future”, is a very important and efficent point that Susan strange points out. Technology is a huge part of the global economy. technology will change the future. “Besides the acceleration pace of technology change, there has been an escalation in the capital cost of most technology innovations in agriculture, manufactoring and the provision of services, in the new product and in new proccess”. This is a great point, many countries have inputs of capital rising and has lobar falling.
The idea of the criminalization and the rise of the state as a courtesan was that the role of the state is to balance and restrain the passions of its citizens. Globalization of organized crime weakens the very basis of government and constrains its capacity. “criminals elements do not seek to take over the state, they are obviously not revolutionary movements seeking sizes its apparatuses”, said author James H. Mittelman. criminal groups are a source of social organization. they challenge the power and authprity of the state to impose its standards. Media always has one sided conflict when war occurs. States is less autonomous with diminshed ability to control the borders.