>some 1980s paper before china went into global markets and computer technology was just beginning to be used for private means and world population was still smaller than today
>By enforcing juridical statehood, international society is in some cases also sustaining and perpetuating incompetent and corrupt government
I think I said that the elites, who are in control of jurisdiction, play a big part in it.
Likewise you can sent a million tractors, and the north did after decolonization, if petrol is missing or knowledge to repair the tractors, it is useless. So many technocratic papers from that time saying how you can lead africa out of its misery and yet it failed. We always have the best knowledge.
This paper does not even mention or tries to include the role of multinational organisation, nor does it go on the level of resource interests in IR.
It's just some political analysis which is rather stale but even includes points I was stating before and that have been denied ITT
Your paper has less authority than Burgis book tbh