Time: July 07, 2018
In international order, nothing is equal to the value of a state which enjoys sovereignty and has an inherent right to join international institutions and build relations with other states and organizations. The present international order can only deal with recognized and stable states. When chaos and instability reign, dealing with these countries is then carried out via institutions affiliated with international institutions, i.e. those concerned with security, relief and human rights. Independent civil institutions, media outlets and others also become involved.