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Power in Contemporary International Politics

Power in Contemporary International Politics

by Michael P. Sullivan

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Sullivan (political science, U. of Arizona) demonstrates that analyzing the international system in terms of stability and change in the distribution of power remains a most meaningful way to understand international relations. He first identifies and clarifies centrally important questions about the nature and distribution of power in contemporary world politics and then seeks answers via a review of decades of research. He distinguishes among what is already known, what is under debate and what remains unknown regarding power in world affairs. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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University of South Carolina Press
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