Beyond great powers and hegemons : why secondary states support, follow or challenge / edited by Kristen P. Williams, Steven E. Lobell, and Neal G. Jesse. - Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2012, ©2012. - xii, 258 pages ; 24 cm

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The leader can't lead when the followers won't follow : the limitations of hegemony / Neal G. Jesse, Steven E. Lobell, Galia Press-Barnathan, and Kristen P. Williams -- Romania's resistance to the USSR / Kristen P. Williams -- Cuba, Angola and the Soviet Union / Jennifer Kibbe -- Ireland's singular stance : pursuing neutrality as a means to resist the hegemon / Neal G. Jesse -- Power disparities and strategic trade : domestic consequence of U.S.-Jordan trade concessions / Steven E. Lobell -- Comply or defy? : following the hegemon to market / Maria Sampanis -- Western Europe, NATO and the U.S. : leash-slipping, not leash-cutting / Galia Press-Barnathan -- Pakistan : anatomy of a hegemonic malcontent / John R. Dreyer -- Resistance is util (useful) : responses to Brazilian hegemony / Nancy D. Lapp -- Reacting to Russia : foreign relations of the former Soviet bloc / Shale Horowitz and Michael D. Tyburski -- South Asia : conflict, hegemony, and power balancing / Srini Sitaraman -- China and its neighbors : too close for comfort? / Alexander C. Tan -- South Africa : benign hegemony and resistance / Stephen F. Burgess.

9780804771634 (cloth : alk. paper) 9780804771641 (pbk. : alk. paper)

2011036721


Hegemony.
International relations.
States, Small.
Great powers.
World politics--1945-1989.
World politics--1989-

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JZ1312 / .B49 2012

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