For me the answer is NO, because each states has its own governing bodies, policies and rules. No other states can dictate or eve influence a particular states. Internationalization is a set of standard which can be applied to a particular products or business. Some business organization are trying to collaborate with an international firm for the purpose of improving products and services. Again internationalization does not damage the sovereignty of the states.
“Internationalization” is not a well-defined concept. States are sovereign. No international organization can have powers not given to it by its member states. The only one where those powers reach deep into domestic governance is the EU; hence the complexity of Brexit. The UN Security Council, which is perhaps the second most powerful, can in theory require (“call on”) states to do or not do anything, but in practice the five permanent members can veto anything and no UNSC resolution is self-enforcing; member states either do or don’t obey such “calls.” The IMF has some de facto power over states in financial distress, since private lenders may make their loans dependent on an IMF loan, although it is important to remember that this is really strong states (the ones with voting power in the IMF) imposing their will on weak states.
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