Actions like providing longevity treatment to militias in Eternalist dictatorships have inspired grave concerns for the international community, notably around the implications of continuing to provide aid and support to any corrupt eternalist regimes that might arise.

To this end, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have adopted the Vandale Doctrine, which proposes a test to disqualify nations for aid that fail a certain number of criteria indicating the level of corruption in a given regime, with longevity treatments for the elite being one of them.

There is some criticism of this test, though, including the potential effects of further food price spirals if affluent nations use longevity treatments as a criterion to deny expensive famine relief to developing nations.

— Abstract of Violet Penrose's paper Global Economic Response to Eternalist Militarisation

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