Powers and principles: international leadership in a shrinking world
This collection examines some of the classic questions of international relations_the role of interests, ideals, power balances, and norms in determining the actions of nations_though the lens of a set of powerful countries. Given the writers' expertise in these regions of the world, Powers and Principles also offers insight into the foreign policies of the nations that will shape the twenty-first century world.
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