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Direitos Autorais. NrSeqExt and mconteudot Veja mais. The dissertation intends to rethink the inequality in International Relations based on the book Power and Interdependence, published in by Robert Keohane and Joseph Nye.
Throughout the twentieth century, modernists have been proclaiming that technology would transform world politics. In Norman Angell declared that economic interdependence rendered wars irrational and looked forward to the day when they would become obsolete. Modernists in the s saw telecommunications and jet travel as creating a global village, and believed that the territorial state, which has dominated world politics since the feudal age, was being eclipsed by nonterritorial actors such as multinational corporations, transnational social movements, and international organizations. Likewise, prophets such as Peter Drucker, Alvin and Heidi Toweirder, and Esther Dyson argue that today's information revolution is ending hierarchical bureaucracies and leading to a new electronic feudalism with overlapping communities and jurisdictions laying claim to multiple layers of citizens' identities and loyalties. The modernists of past generations were partly right.
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Interdependence and bargaining. Complex interdependence. International regime change 3. Limitations of Structural Theory: Systemic Political. Processes
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Complex interdependence in international relations is the idea put forth by Robert Keohane and Joseph Nye that states and their fortunes are inextricably tied together.