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The Impact of United States Power

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Type: Working Paper
Author: Kulungu, Mustapha
Date: 2021
Agency: ILM Foundation of Los Angeles
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/10778
Sector: Global Commons
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Subject(s): national security
Abstract: Power is a crucial concept in the study of international relations. Power predicts countries' ability to dominate key critical institutions such as political, economic, and social institutions. It helps understand the outcomes of conflicts as closely associated with the 'cause' of conflicts among countries. Power provides bargaining in international matters as countries that seem more powerful have certain advantages over those with little power. In particular, the United States is regarded as a powerful country based on its economic, political, and social aspects, giving it an upper hand to influence international grounds' decision-making process.

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