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Unformatted text preview: 2 powers dont have to make themselves acceptable to one another. 3. Concentration of danger. The one state is always concerned with its counterpart. Power is accumulated in the hands of the two superpowers, so they can focus almost exclusively on the actions of their opponent. Predictability increases through repeated interactions between the superpowers. In multipolar world, danger is diffused, interests can be obscured. 4. Only two parties means that states need not turn to a 3 rd party for assistance. The balancer role does not exist. In multipolar system, 2 states in conflict would compete for the balancer, increasing hostility among the other 2....
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