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Status in world politics
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Éditeur Cambridge University Press
Année 2014, cop. 2014
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Status in world politics
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1 vol. (XVI-306 p.) ; 23 cm
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327
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Machine generated contents note: Part I. Introduction: 1. Status and world order Deborah Welch Larson, T. V. Paul and William C. Wohlforth; Part II. Admission into the Great Power Club: 2. Managing rising powers: the role of status concerns Deborah Welch Larson and Alexei Shevchenko; 3. Status considerations in international politics and the rise of regional powers Thomas J. Volgy, Renato Corbetta, J. Patrick Rhamey, Jr, Ryan G. Baird and Keith A. Grant; 4. Status is cultural: Durkheimian Poles and Weberian Russians seek great-power status Iver B. Neumann; Part III. Status Signaling: 5. Status dilemmas and inter-state conflict William C. Wohlforth; 6. Status signaling, multiple audiences, and China's blue-water naval ambition Xiaoyu Pu and Randall L. Schweller; Part IV. International Institutions and Status: 7. Status accommodation through institutional means: India's rise and the global order T. V. Paul and Mahesh Shankar; 8. Setting status in stone: the negotiation of international institutional privileges Vincent Pouliot; Part V. Status, Authority, and Structure: 9. Status conflict, hierarchies, and interpretation dilemmas William R. Thompson; 10. Status, authority, and the end of the American century David A. Lake; Part VI. Conclusions: 11. Why status matters in world politics Anne L. Clunan
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978-1-10-705927-6
1-10-705927-5
978-1-10-762929-5
1-10-762929-2
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