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The Political Economy of International Relations

Robert Gilpin; Jean M. Gilpin

ISBN:

9780691077321

Publisher:

Princeton Univ Pr

Publication Date:

1987

Binding:

Hardcover

Synopsis:
The underlying motif of the seminar and the Keohane-Nye book was that transnational actors and processes were integrating the globe and displacing the state-centric view of international relations then dominant. Transnational actors (for example, multinational corporations and political movements), welfare and other domestic objectives, and nonmilitary sources of influence were believed to be of increasing importance in the determination of world affairs. A new paradigm for the discipline was said to be necessary.

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