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Two propositions flow from the considerations advanced here: 6 Trade and migration policies are sub-branches of foreign policy. As such, these policies arise out of the nexus of domestic and international pressures influencing foreign policy in general. At the international level, the degree to which a country A exercises influence over the policy of another country B, and B upon A, depends upon (i) the extent to which populations A and B exchange population and/goods, (ii) the relative standing of countries A and B in the inter- Globalization, trade, and migration 29 7 national power pecking order, and (iii) the extent to which they can exercise potential military threats upon each other.

Diversity in a population – in terms of the number of languages spoken, the number of distinct legal regimes operating, the degree to which religion or clan loyalty overrides national allegiance – raises the costs of implementing nationalistic programs aimed at improving infrastructure. Because infrastructure investment brings in the state either as direct investor, or as standardized agent bent on making sure that privately created infrastructure conforms to certain minimum standards, creating infrastructure is inherently a political process.

Indeed, searching for security in a Hobbes like world of international anarchy, with no super-national state enforcing cooperation among nations that wrangle with one another, routinely lying to one another and dissembling when they feel it is in their interests to practice deception, invites governments to build militaries, police their borders, and search for domestic conspiracies aimed at undermining civil order. Maintaining security has a domestic dimension. In the domestic arena, the problem is one of divided loyalties.

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