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Unlike realist and liberal ways to diplomacy, which emphasize the institutional or structural kind of foreign politics, the authors of this quantity assert that states don't own self sufficient overseas personal tastes conditioned merely by way of festival with different states. as a substitute, such personal tastes are socially developed in a fluid setting during which there exist no strict dividing traces among country and society. The organizing precept of this quantity is a spotlight on how the household social order impacts a country's international kinfolk. Contested Social Orders and overseas Politics therefore posits a global approach that is composed no longer of competing states yet of social orders between which there exist various levels of compatibility and competition. Political scientists, historians, economists, and sociologists who're excited by diplomacy will locate this a tough and welcome boost to the theoretical literature that may shed new gentle on many longstanding debates in the box.

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Humbled by Standard's market power, French authorities sought to institutionalize Standard's role in the French energy complex. In 1923, France created a state-sponsored oil company called the Compagnie Francaise de Petroles (CFP). This so-called national champion has been interpreted by many observers as a product of French statism. In fact, all shares in the company were originally owned by private investors, with the largest portion going to Standard Oil. Not until 1928 did the French state take a major stake in the company.

5; Cox, chap. ) 2. BALANCING VERSUS BANDWAGONING Realist perspective: Most realists argue that alliance decisions are dictated by the balancing imperative. In other words, states insure their own security and autonomy by balancing with other threatened states against dominant or rising powers. Some realists contend that small states, as opposed to great powers, find it more rational to bandwagon or jump to the side of the stronger power. Realists generally argue that changes in alliance structure are prompted by shifts in the balance of power.

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