The concept of international integration, verbally defined as forming parts into a whole or creating interdependence, can be broken down into economic integration (formation of a transnational economy), social integration (formation of a transnational society), and political integration (formation of transnational political independence).
Models of integrated worlds may be: 1. Stability or status quo oriented, in which political and economic coordination exists mostly among the advanced powers and is designed mainly to secure and improve their position. There is effective exclusion of the developing countries from major influence as well as mixed prospects for their development. 2. Development or aid-oriented, in which there is extensive and successful world organization for progressive and welfare purposes, with a subordination of politics and ideology to pragmatism.