Please may you kindly add more information to the attached paper (QUESTION 1 ONLY) to make 4 pages and answering the three questions below. May the paper be an original please.
How do the three conceptions of the international political economy (Realism, Liberalism, Marxism) differ?
How would the advocates of each assess the phenomenon of global integration?
Which is the most persuasive in explaining the global economy?
4 pages (500 words per page, single spaced)
All sources must be cited in Turabian format.
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