- Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE POWER AND REALISM AS AN INTELLECTUAL TRADITION -- 1.Puzzles about Power / Judith Goldstein -- 2.Power Politics in the Contemporary World: Lessons from the Scholarship of Stephen Krasner / Judith Goldstein -- 3.Stephen Krasner: Subversive Realist / Robert O. Keohane -- pt. TWO THEORETICAL REFLECTIONS ON POWER, STATES, AND SOVEREIGNTY -- 4.Authority, Coercion, and Power in International Relations / David A. Lake -- 5.Governance under Limited Sovereignty / Thomas Risse -- 6.Three Scenes of Sovereignty and Power / Etel Solingen -- 7.States and Power as Ur-Force: Domestic Traditions and Embedded Actors in World Politics / Peter J. Katzenstein -- pt. THREE STATE POWER AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY -- 8.Currency and State Power / Benjamin J. Cohen -- 9.International Trade Law as a Mechanism for State Transformation / Richard H. Steinberg -- 10.Choice and Constraint in the Great Recession of 2008 / Peter Gourevitch -- pt. FOUR THE SUBVERSIVE EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION -- 11.Power Politics and the Powerless / Arthur A. Stein -- 12.Globalization and Welfare: Would a Rational Hegemon Still Prefer Openness? / Lloyd Gruber -- 13.The Tragedy of the Global Institutional Commons / Daniel W. Drezner -- pt. FIVE SOVEREIGNTY AND POWER IN A COMPLEX WORLD -- 14.Causation and Responsibility in a Complex World / Robert Jervis -- 15.New Terrains: Sovereignty and Alternative Conceptions of Power / Stephen D. Krasner.
- Edited by Martha Finnemore and Judith Goldstein, this book asks scholars to reflect on the role power plays in contemporary politics and how a power politics approach is influential today. The arguments made by the authors in the volume speak to one of three themes that run through Krasner's work: state power and hegemony; the relationship between states and markets; and conceptions of the nation state in international politics.
- 9780199333295 (ebook)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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