part 1:Discussion prompts to address in your post(150 words)(you are not allowed to cite any resources):(Please answer at least one of the following.)Pick a country. Go to data.worldbank.org (https://data.worldbank.org/). Write the country’s name and exports of goods and services (current US$) in the search bar. What was it 2000 and what is it in 2020? What might have contributed to the change between 2000 and 2020? You might want to do a deeper dive into the country’s profile by looking at which international organizations they’ve joined (WTO?), what kind of parties came to power, were they sanctioned by anyone, etc.Do you find the argument that states create institutions to sustain international order persuasive? Why or why not?What do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of the international legal system?What have been the driving forces behind processes of regional integration and cooperation?Part 2:comment of 2 post of classmate(each of 75 words)(will send you after the part 1 submitting)Note: You are not allowed to cite any resources.
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