Systems and Regions in Global Politics: An Empirical Study of Diplomacy, International Organization and Trade 1950-1991
Based on extensive and original empirical work, it presents an important and innovative theoretical contribution to understanding the political structure and functions of the modern world. Reviews the spatial organization of the international system. Identifies the interaction of states in regional systems as the key dynamic of the global entity. Nierop illustrates his novel theory with a detailed study of global patterns of diplomatic representation and the changing structures and functions of intergovernmental organizations since 1950.
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