Nations interact in many ways. does global interaction lead to progress?
Global interaction leads to progress most of the time. When countries decide to
trade with each other, both countries progress because their economy improves and they
can spend their earned money on other means of progress. However, in war, normally
only one country progresses. Like in World War II, the United States became the
strongest army and the atomic bomb was invented; and Japan who lost didn't progress.
In the Cold war, no nation progressed, because there was no actual interaction it was
war of words. When silk was first created, the process to make it became one the closest
guarded secrets in the world. As China knew, they were the only country with this good
thus; they had a surplus of the demand. When China interacted with other nations, its
economy prospered due to the selling of silk. China greatly progressed during this
period. Another example that proves that trading (global interaction) leads to progress is
the fact that military leaders like Napoleon Bonaparte try to stop trade between countries
in order to weaken them during war. Another current event that shows how nations
progress because of global is the trading of Crude oil. In the United States, it is rising by
a rate of two to three cents a day, and who's profiting the Middle East. In this global
interaction, one country prospers while the other suffers slightly. Without trade, no country in the world could be where it is today. In war, there are many losses, such as death and money, but freedom is not free; therefore any country that wins a war does progress because it remains a free country.
War also produces other means of progress. As each war comes, there are new ways to
kill. For example bodies were hurled into villages to cause disease as biological warfare,