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32 A Spatial Approach to Regionalisms Despite the strong endorsement of power politics and the supposed inevitability of a balance of power, Morgenthau, similar to Carr earlier, seemed to reserve some space for concepts other than power. , p. 227). Yet he had little faith in the efficacy of alternative means available to curb war. International law is a primitive kind of law resembling the kind of law that prevails in certain preliterate societies. … It is a primitive kind of law primarily because it is almost completely decentralized law.
23) claimed, then it becomes clear how in such ‘infinitely open space’ a new concept of political community was required, one which, from a spatial perspective, was based on a delineated and bordered territory. It was only then that talking of relations between states made any sense because it was only then that one could conceive of the possibility of a wide range of relations between states ranging from cooperation to conflict and warfare. Missing Spaces: IR Theory and Cooperation 23 Early thoughts on cooperative behavior It seems particularly fitting to begin this survey with Emeric Crucé, a seventeenth-century monk, because Crucé’s views of the new politics clearly reflect the transition from the Middle Ages to modernity referred to above.
We abstract from every attribute of states except their capabilities. , p. 99) For Waltz, then, the basic task of IR theory is to deal with the differential distribution of capabilities, power, across the units of the international system which is characterized by anarchy. In a system of anarchy, there is a corresponding need for self-help. The workings of this self-help system in turn lead to the emergence of a balance of power. Waltz made extensive comparisons with economic theory and frequently compared the role of states to that of firms.
A Spatial Approach to Regionalisms in the Global Economy by Michael Niemann (auth.)