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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Keohane, Robert O. (Robert Owen), 1941-
Power and interdependence.
Boston : Little, Brown, ©1977
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert O Keohane; Joseph S Nye
|Description:||xiv, 273 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||I. Understanding interdependence : Interdependence in world politics : The new rhetoric of interdependence ; Interdependence as an analytic concept ; Power and interdependence ; International regime change --
Realism and complex interdependence : The characteristic of complex interdependence : Multiple channels ; Absence of hierarchy among issues ; Minor role of military force. The political processes of complex interdependence : Linkage strategies ; Agenda setting ; Transnational and transgovernmental relations ; Role of international organizations --
Explaining international regime change : An economic process explanation ; Overall power structure explanation : Eroding hegemony ; Limitations of an overall structure explanation. Issue structure : Limitations of structural explanations. An international organization model ; Combining explanations --
II. Regime change in oceans and money : The politics of oceans and money: historical overview : The international monetary issue area : The international gold standard before 1914 ; International monetary regimes, 1920-76. The oceans issue area : Defining the issue area ; The classical free seas regime ; Regime periods, 1920-75 ; The changing agenda of ocean politics --
Complex interdependence in oceans and money : The conditions of complex interdependence : Role of force ; Absence of hierarchy among issues ; Multiple channels of contact ; Money, oceans, and complex interdependence. The political process in money and oceans : Goals of actors ; Instruments of state policy ; Agenda formation ; Linkage of issues ; Roles of international organizations --
The politics of rule-making in oceans and money : Economic processes and regime change ; Overall structure and regime change : Erosion of the oceans regime ; International monetary regimes. Issue structure and regime change : International monetary issue area ; Oceans politics. International organization and regime change : Oceans politics ; The international monetary area. Limits of systematic explanations: domestic politics and leadership --
III. Regimes and two bilateral relationships : United states relations with Canada and Australia : Canadian-American relations and complex interdependence ; Australian-American relations and complex interdependence ; Identifying issues and outcomes: Canada-United States ; Identifying issues and outcomes: Australia-United States ; Comparing the politics of agenda formation ; Accounting for differences in outcomes ; Regime change: alternative explanations --
IV. The United States and complex interdependence : Coping with interdependence : Explanatory models and conditions of world politics ; Power in complex interdependence ; Trends toward complex interdependence ; Leadership in complex interdependence ; Multiple leadership and policy coordination ; Building the legitimacy of international regimes ; International and domestic organization.
|Responsibility:||Robert O. Keohane, Joseph S. Nye ; [written under the auspices of the Center for International Affairs, Harvard University].|