American hegemony and the Trilateral Commission /
|Series:||Cambridge studies in international relations ;
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|Main Author:||Gill, Stephen, 1950-|
American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission, first published in 1991, makes an original contribution to a subject of great interest to specialists and students of international relations and international political economy - the extent and nature of America as an international power and a hegemonic state up until the end of the 1980s. In examining the role of the USA in the post-war world order, Stephen Gill challenges arguments concerning the relative decline of American hegemony. He maintains that instead of equating hegemony with the dominance of one state over other states, one should redefine the question of hegemony in terms of the relationship between economic, military, cultural and political forces. Gill also develops a concept of transnational hegemony - the rise in the power of internationally mobile capital.
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|General Notes:||Includes index.|
|Physical Description:||xiii, 304 p. ; 24 cm.|