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more international attention in this field. 4 Some scholars even consider that China might threaten the rest of world on the assumption that it will pursue global hegemonic power as a result of investing heavily in soft power. 5 Although the term ‘soft power’ originated in the United States, the

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

. It was the century in which the United States became the dominant force in world production and the hegemonic power of the world-system. In 1944, Gunnar Myrdal published An American Dilemma , in which he argued that the basic values of the Enlightenment proclaimed in the United States were in

In: Societies Without Borders

ruling elites. 13 But concessions made on that basis risk limiting hegemonic power over the medium to long term. Changes of rank in the modern world system are especially important when a systemic cycle enters its crisis phase. Usually in such periods the hegemonic power in crisis seeks a successor

In: Dependency, Neoliberalism and Globalization in Latin America

agreements between parties of unequal power relations. 13 Th e subsequent discussion refl ects a set of bilateral cooperative arrangements established between the United States and Jamaica, with Jamaica a weaker power and the United States a hegemonic power. Th ese agreements resulted from a commitment on the

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Scientists As Critics Western Marxism, feminism, World Systems analysis, critical race theory, and queer theory have provided western social scientists with frameworks for the critique of western institutions and hegemonic power. Yet, these frameworks have their own epistemological blinders, and we speculate

In: Societies Without Borders

profit. As the secular trends of capitalist accumulation advance, so fictitious wealth and State intervention are increasingly relied upon to achieve this transformation, with the United States as the hegemonic power at the heart of this type of wealth creation. The financial bubble acts as an engine

In: Dependency, Neoliberalism and Globalization in Latin America

and the world economy. It did this in two main stages. The first was in the 1980s, when the hegemonic power, in the grip of a long-term crisis, drained the world economy of its surpluses without offering Latin America any reorganised division of labour or pathway to development. The second stage got

In: Dependency, Neoliberalism and Globalization in Latin America

they offer will not rest on hegemonic power. It will have to crush self-determination and competition from national spheres and base itself on imperial power and an imperial outlook. In contrast we can expect the second camp to consist of the leading proletarian forces in the semi-periphery and the

In: Dependency, Neoliberalism and Globalization in Latin America

necessity of hegemony for sus- taining order, they question less, if not assume, the role of a hegemonic power in the establishment of institutions, by providing public goods and rules of the game. 17 Theorists of hegemonic stability disagree on the motivation and means of a hegemon in keeping order

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

difficulties in a different culture. Even those with little to no previous interest in the NBA watched his games and entrusted him with the hopes of 1.3 billion people. To many Chinese, the United States was no longer the hegemonic power that was always interfering with China’s internal affairs and hurting

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy