Globalization, American Power, and International Security
Jonathan Kirshner considers the consequences of globalization for American power and international conflict more generally. He argues that the processes of globalization are affecting the balance of power between states and creating new axes of international conflict. He posits that even though the United States is advantaged by globalization, the process also challenges some of its own interests.
Maxwell’s Demon and the Golden Apple: Global Discord in the New Millennium, Randall L. Schweller Reviewed by Jonathan Kirshner
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