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- The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000
- Paul Kennedy
- The role of the USA in meeting global challenges
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The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000
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After Liberalism? The rise and fall of great powers is an enduring pattern of behaviour in international politics. While historians such as Paul Kennedy have painstakingly chronicled its history, political scientists have sought a general theoretical explanation to account for this cyclical phenomenon. Political scientists are not only interested in explaining the rise and fall dynamic, but also numerous issues that are closely related to uneven rates of growth among the great powers. This is particularly true of theorists who belong to the realist school of international relations. Realists attribute important international outcomes and foreign policy behaviour to the relative distribution of power in the international system.
In this wide-ranging analysis of global politics over the past five centuries, Ydle historian Paul. Kennedy focuses on the critical relationship of economic to military.
The role of the USA in meeting global challenges
Since , and up to this day, two main theories of history's unfolding, the circular view and the linear view, clash as far as the future role and position of the USA is concerned. On the one hand, Paul Kennedy's The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers and advocates of the circular theory predict the decline of the USA, as history has shown that all empires that have risen have ultimately fallen. On the other hand, advocates of the linear theory, such as Nye and Fukuyama, postulate the continuation of USA leadership in the world and the inevitable spread of liberalism sooner or later.
Stephen G. Brooks, William C. International Security 1 January ; 40 3 : 7— Unipolarity is arguably the most popular concept used to analyze the U. A new framework that avoids unipolarity's conceptual pitfalls and provides a systematic approach to measuring how the distribution of capabilities is changing in twenty-first-century global politics demonstrates that the United States will long remain the only state with the capability to be a superpower.
Скорее. Еще одна спираль. Ему все время казалось, что Беккер совсем рядом, за углом. Одним глазом он следил за тенью, другим - за ступенями под ногами.