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Interdependence in World Politics
Realism and Complex Interdependence
Explaining International Regime Change
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action agenda agreement American Australia auto pact Bretton Woods regime Britain British Canada Canadian central banks channels of contact Chapter Charles Kindleberger coastal complex interdependence conditions of complex Conference conflicts countries currencies developed diplomacy domestic politics dominant economic process model effects exchange rates explain foreign policy free seas free seas regime gold standard governmental groups Harvard University hegemony hierarchy important increased influence interests International Monetary Fund international monetary system international organization model international regimes jurisdiction leadership less linkages major military force military security monetary issue area monetary policy multinational multinational corporations networks nomic norms oceans issue area oceans policy oceans space officials overall structure model percent period political processes politicization postwar power resources predict prewar realist regime change relationship role rules Soviet Union structure explanation Table threat tion tional trade transgovernmental transnational actors transnational organizations Treasury U.S. Canada United Nations vulnerability world politics York