Power, Capabilities, Interdependence: Problems in the Study of International Influenceby Kjell Goldmann (Editor), Gunnar Sjöstedt (Editor)
Power in the sense of who controls whom remains at the core of the study of politics, including international politics, but what this volume seeks to do is to identify and analyze some of the new and stronger factors, such as economic and multilateral institutions, which increasingly control this balance of power. Part one looks at the extent to which traditional notions about resources and capabilities remain tenable. Part two looks at the systematic development of an international interdependence, and the ways in which this alters and re-shapes the traditional notion of states, resources and power.
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