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Notes for Sept.17 - 9/17/2010 POWER! Power is a Relative...

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9/17/2010 1 POWER! Power is a Relative Concept Capabilitie Capabilities Distributions of Power Polarity Balances vs. Preponderance Power is a Relative Concept TheClassic Social Science Definition: TheAbility to GetOthers To DoWhat ThWl d Oth i Nt D TheyWould Otherwise Not Do Pretty Hard To Measure MaterialComponents Non MaterialComponents Capabilities Material Capabilities Population Existing Weapon Systems: Qual/Quant Economy Mobilize able forWar ForCoercion/Resistance Short ofWar Non Material Strategy/Knowledge Reputation
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9/17/2010 2 Distribution of Power MarketAnalogy DomesticAnalogy Polarity How Many Great Powers?
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course POLI 244 taught by Professor Saideman during the Fall '07 term at McGill.

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Notes for Sept.17 - 9/17/2010 POWER! Power is a Relative...

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