It is considered possible to create effective collective security systems within the international system. This is facilitated by economic cooperation and the growing interdependence of states. In such a way, the liberals think that the state must rely on moral principles, avoiding the traditional policy of force and orientation toward different coalitions. Supporters of the liberal paradigm offer to overcome anarchy and violence by concerted political actions.
To continue, it should be stated that neo-liberalism differs significantly from the canonical liberal-idealistic paradigm. Its main characteristic is the recognition of the need for partial state participation in the regulation of socio-economic processes. This is the main difference between neo-liberalism and classical liberalism, which proclaimed the principle of total non-interference of the state in the socio-economic life of society. Neo-liberals, therefore, consider international cooperation not only possible, but also necessary for achieving stability, social progress and world