Technology as the silent factor in international relations.

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Technology is derived from Greek word which means “science of art” and “art skill” “cunning of hand”. It is the sum of techniques, skills, methods and processes used in the production of goods or services. Technology can be the knowledge of techniques, processes and can be embeded in machines to allow for operation without detail knowledge of their working.

The simple form of technology is the development and use of basic tools. The prehistoric of invention of shaped stone tools followed by the discovery of how to control fire increased sources of food. The invention of the wheel helped the human to travel in and control their environment development in historic times including the printing press, the telephone and the internet have lessened physical barriers to communication.

Technology has many effects in the global world from invention among human being many technological processes produce unwanted by-products known as pollution what pollute the global world.

Technology can be viewed as an activity that forms or changes culture. Technology is the application of mathematics, science and the art for the benefit of life. A modern example is the rise of communication technology which has lessened barriers to human interaction and the rise of cyber culture has at its basis the development of the internet and the computer

Technology is the branch of knowledge which takes measures concerning engineering or applied sciences. Technology is about developing machinery and equipment using the application of scientific knowledge. The first industrial Revolution with its technological offerings change the needs and aspirations of economic and social development radical and fundamentally. The needs arrows to develop the markets for this goods, for example Britain used many overseas colonies to promote these goods. Consequently, technology silently started transforming the ways in which people and things were connected across the sea.

The use of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki compelled the Nations to think about what nuclear technology could do to the world. The nuclear which maintains nuclear arsenals can defend his or her country’s sovereignty and can also help other nations. Nuclear deterrence as a strategic concept aims to prevent war.

Technology has its compulsive say in realism which views political power as the subject matter of politics. Western countries endeavour to see the nuclear weapons free middle East.

The fourth Industrial Revolution which is about the convergence of physical , digital and biological spheres where technologies with the purpose of creating an inclusive growth and environment. Theses massive technological changes and inducements have already silently entered the dynamics of international relations.

-Abu Taher