By Aharon Klieman
This booklet provides the theoretical-historical-comparative political framework had to recognize the actually dynamic nature of twenty first century worldwide affairs. the writer presents a practical review of the shift from U.S predominance to a brand new mixture of counterbalancing rival middle-tier and assertive local powers, whereas highlighting these geopolitical zones of rivalry most important for destiny foreign balance. The ebook will entice students and coverage makers drawn to figuring out the contours of the rising global order, and in deciding upon its relevant shapers and top political actors.
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Lieber, K. , & Alexander, G. (2005). Waiting for balancing. International Security, 30(1 Summer), 109–139. Lijphart, A. ). (1971). World politics. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Mandelbaum, M. (1988). The fate of nations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Mead, W. R. (2014). The return of geopolitics. The revenge of the revisionist powers. Foreign Affairs, 93(May/June), 69–79. Mearsheimer, J. J. (1994/5). The false promise of international institutions. International Security, 19(3), 26–36. Mearsheimer, J.
Looking to the latter first, most states are not anti-American as such. S. in check. —do not wish to see the world governed from Washington: not economically, not militarily, not politically. Thus, while a hasty, spiteful American retreat from its foreign commitments would hardly be in their best interest, on the other hand, keeping America honest and having American power safely contained is. Similarly at the local level, balancing politics posit that local competitors, emulating their Great Power role models, will act as a counterpoise to one another.
Why new great powers will arise. International Security, 17(4), 5–51. Lieber, R. J. (2012). Power and willpower in the American future. Why the United States is not destined to decline. New York: Cambridge University Press. Lieber, K. , & Alexander, G. (2005). Waiting for balancing. International Security, 30(1 Summer), 109–139. Lijphart, A. ). (1971). World politics. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Mandelbaum, M. (1988). The fate of nations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Mead, W. R. (2014). The return of geopolitics.
Great Powers and Geopolitics: International Affairs in a Rebalancing World by Aharon Klieman