A systemic argument that is virtually unknown in international relations. This book describes and tests a fully systemic theory of international politics. Using statistics and diplomatic history, it traces statesmens efforts to influence the broad contours of the international system within which they interact.
|AUTOR||Bear F. Braumoeller|
|DATEINAME||The Great Powers and the International System.pdf|
This article covers worldwide diplomacy and, more generally, the international relations of the major powers from 1814 to 1919. The international relations of ... In today's international system, there are four great powers that fit this definition: the United States (US), Russia, ...