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Linkage politics; [electronic resource] essays on the convergence of national and international systems. Edited by James N. Rosenau.

Contributor(s): Rosenau, James N [ed.] | Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Center of International Studies.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Free Press [1969]Description: xii, 352 p. illus. 24 cm.ISBN: 0029270200; 9780029270202.Subject(s): International relations | Binnenlandse politiek | Buitenlandse invloedenAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Linkage politics.; Online version:: Linkage politics.DDC classification: 327 Other classification: 89.70 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
Political science in a shrinking world / James N. Rosenau -- The confluence of systems: The global system and its subsystems: a developmental view / J. David Singer -- Toward the study of national-international linkages / James N. Rosenau -- Regional circumstances: Developing on the periphery: external factors in Latin American politics / Douglas A. Chalmers -- Sub-Saharan Africa: case studies of international attitudes and transactions of Ghana and Uganda / William G. Fleming -- Systemic roles: National-international linkages: superpolitics / Bernard C. Cohen -- National-international linkages: France and China as nonconforming alliance members / Ole R. Holsti and John D. Sullivan -- Geographic conditions: Insular polities / Robert T. Holt and John E. Turner -- Noncontiguity and political integration / Richard L. Merritt -- Transitional structures: The communist polities of Eastern Europe / R.V. Burks -- Postwar democratic polities: national-international linkages in the defense policy of the defeated states / Lloyd Jensen -- Linkages between domestic and international politics in underdeveloped nations / Michael O'Leary.
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"Published for the Princeton Center of International Studies."

Based on essays originally conceived at a two-day conference in January, 1966, sponsored by the Center of International Studies of Princeton University, and later presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, New York City, September, 1966.

Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction: Political science in a shrinking world / James N. Rosenau -- pt. 1. The confluence of systems: The global system and its subsystems: a developmental view / J. David Singer -- Toward the study of national-international linkages / James N. Rosenau -- pt. 2. Regional circumstances: Developing on the periphery: external factors in Latin American politics / Douglas A. Chalmers -- Sub-Saharan Africa: case studies of international attitudes and transactions of Ghana and Uganda / William G. Fleming -- pt. 3. Systemic roles: National-international linkages: superpolitics / Bernard C. Cohen -- National-international linkages: France and China as nonconforming alliance members / Ole R. Holsti and John D. Sullivan -- pt. 4. Geographic conditions: Insular polities / Robert T. Holt and John E. Turner -- Noncontiguity and political integration / Richard L. Merritt -- pt. 5. Transitional structures: The communist polities of Eastern Europe / R.V. Burks -- Postwar democratic polities: national-international linkages in the defense policy of the defeated states / Lloyd Jensen -- Linkages between domestic and international politics in underdeveloped nations / Michael O'Leary.

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