Insecurity and collusion in international finance: The failure of regulation and the visible hand of self-preserving finance

Conflict, cooperation and security, are key terms not only in international affairs, but also in international finance. Conflict is a well-defined term often linked directly to market competition between a multitude of actors in international finance. With the dissolution of borders and internationalisation of capital combining with a continual lack of international regulation of the banking and financial sectors in recent years, the market has become increasingly more insecure.

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