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Unformatted text preview: Steve Weber UC Berkeley Connecting Wealth and Power The r icher you get, the mor e weapons you can build. The mor e power ful you ar e, the mor e you can skew the or ganization of the wor ld economy and the distr ibution of benefits within it to benefit you. Steve Weber UC Berkeley Statist Liber alism States ar e still the major actor s The goal is economic gain. The means is bar gaining The dr iving for ce is power ful economic actor s, pr ivate and public Steve Weber UC Berkeley What can the distr ibution of power explain? And what else does realism end up relying upon? Steve Weber UC Berkeley What should we expect of a dependent var iable in a systemic theor y? I nter national Outcomes Bipolar Wor lds and M ultipolar Wor lds Stability Uncer tainty Competition Constr aints Steve Weber UC Berkeley What if r ealism has the wr ong wor ld down pat? High politics vs. Low Politics ------ obsolete? Not everything is security, and it doesnt make sense to pretend otherwise....
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