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idea of “four levels of interstate interaction” that do not intersect. The author puts forward a hypothesis that the practice of developing bilateral relations between Russia and Latin American countries at the beginning of the 21st century indicates that LAC is divided into four conditional groups

In: Russian Politics

Roulette or Elite Pact? 422 Kirill Petrov, Andrei Kazantsev, Evgeny Minchenko and Ivan Loshkariov Russia’s Relations with the Countries of Latin America at the Beginning of the 21st Century: Four Levels of Interstate Interaction 450 Ekaterina Kosevich 611Contents Russian Politics 7 (2022) 609-611 volume

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In: Russian Politics

conceptualizing Tang China’s place in the world. In lieu of a simplistic model of interstate interactions based on a China-centered tributary system, Wang argues forcefully for a “multi-polar Asia,” by which he means that multiple East Asian regimes co-existed with each other, each with its own agenda, and each

In: Journal of Chinese Military History

nature of interstate interaction in Classical Greece, and—just as importantly—to Thucydides’ subtle, and sometimes slippery, presentation of it. Anyone interested in either of those subjects will benefit from reading this careful and rewarding study.

In: Mnemosyne

abroad, and these agencies can facilitate not only interstate interactions but also people-to-people contact. Because of the covid -19 pandemic, diplomatic missions abroad started to intensively use video conferences in their interactions not only with government agencies and officials in the host

In: Diplomacy for Professionals and Everyone

there is an evident diffusion of power away from states in the direction of nonstate actors.7 Yet global politics tends to disregard the important effects of glob- alization on the conventional practices and institutions of international rela- tions; namely, what role interstate interactions and

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations

the Goliaths (cf., Chan, 1987a; Keohane and Nye, 1977; Odell, 1985, 1979; Organski and Kugler, 1978; Rothstein, 1977; Wrig- gins, 1976; Yoffie, 1983, 1981; Zartman, 1971). These outcomes are generally attributable to the more intangible factors that affect the outcomes of interstate interactions

In: State and Development

ensure predictability in interstate interactions. 1 Not much has changed since the publication of Bull’s magnum opus in 1977 despite much noise to the contrary. The bulk of evidence points to the fact that the international system as constituted today is organized on the basis of the “global

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations

circulation of money, local elites to tomb decoration, interstate interactions to religious practices. This book draws from papers originally presented at the conference, selected for the contribu- tion they make to our understanding of visual culture. The authors and editors wish to express our gratitude

In: Visual and Material Cultures in Middle Period China

proportion of interstate interactions, form habits of cooperation, and develop shared norms and perceptions. After World War One, collective security was a conscious substitute for systems of alliances and balance of power policies that were “forever dis- credited.” Predicated on the proposition that war

In: Peace Operation Success