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Scott, Ch. 5, “The eighteenth-century international system.” Explain the origins and implications of the “more exact notion of power” developed in the 18 th century. What were the “great powers” and what made a state a “great power”? What role did lesser states play in the eighteenth- century international relations, and how did that change over time? What were the components of the “diplomatic network”?
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