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In the case of some coincidences, such as the creation of more jobs, this is seen as the product of careful policy coordination. In the case of other types of coincidences, such as intervention in the affairs of another state, the coincidence of interests is regarded as an example of the manipulation of the national state by a corporation in its own interests. The intervention by the US government in Chilean politics after the election of Salvador Allende in 1970 is often assumed to be an example of corporate control of US foreign policy (Sampson 1973).

This implies that spillovers occur only from the economic sphere to the political sphere. One of the virtues of neofunctionalism is that spillover flows from economic relations to social as well as political relations (Tranholm-Mikkelsen 1991: 4). In addition, for the capital logic approach the process of spillover is unilinearly causal, moving from the economic to the political. More sophisticated forms of neofunctionalism argue that the causality in spillover may be reciprocal, with spillover flowing from the economic to the political and social, as well as being cultivated from the top down by central institutions (Tranholm-Mikkelsen 1991: 6).

To the extent that this can be established concretely, it argues against the traditional view that the international system is unregulated or anarchic in that it is not regulated by a form of law precisely equivalent to municipal law. Therefore, the concrete research which follows will focus on the development of a body of international regulation constituted out of elements of the political, the economic, and the juridical which has been necessary for the establishment of deregulated free trade zones.

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