In the current competitive global market, the international relations have key importance for the nations. Particularly, international relations related to the economic activities are increasing among different nations. Therefore, the objective of this study is to examine the role of information technology (IT), entrepreneurship and international trade in international relations. The relationship between IT capabilities, internet capabilities, international proactiveness, international innovativeness, entrepreneurship promotion, international trade and international relations was examined. This relationship is considered in relation to the comparison between Malaysia and Jordan. By using a quantitative research approach, cross-sectional research design was employed. Population of the study is the business organizations dealing with the international trade activities in Malaysia and Jordan. Respondents of the study are the employees of these organizations. 500 questionnaires were distributed in Malaysia and Jordan. Results of the study was obtained by using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). It is concluded that; IT capabilities has positive role to promote internet capabilities. Promotion of internet capabilities has positive influence on international proactiveness and international innovativeness. Furthermore, international proactiveness and international innovativeness has positive effect on entrepreneurship promotion and international trade. Finally, international trade strengthens the international relations.