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in PL Petersen (ed.), Danish-North American Relations Since World War II: Proceedings of an international conference sponsor. The Danish American Heritage Society, Ames, Iowa, pp.

Danish-North American Relations Since World War II: Proceedings of an international conference sponsor.
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Anti-Americanism: Why Do Europeans Resent Us

Systemic theories are among the most influential and durable theories in the international-relations canon, largely because they seek to capture the most comprehensive understanding of their subject matter possible. Something substantial is lost, scholars in this tradition argue, by theorizing without taking into effect the behavior of all the major actors in the system—just as an understanding of astronomy built up from many partial theories of the behavior of individual planets would be much less intellectually satisfying and useful than the current, coherent systemic explanation. This comprehensive understanding of international relations is the great promise of systemic international-relations theory, and the authors of each of these works seek to realize it in different ways. , , and focus most directly on the fundamental nature of the agent-structure relationship while remaining relatively agnostic about the forces that drive it, while , , , and more explicitly theorize about the drivers of state behavior. At the same time, takes the systemic realists among the latter group of authors to task for their one-dimensional view of state preferences.

Thus, it is easy to understand how these concepts have shaped American foreign policy throughout history and why they remain important elements today.
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For students of development, the importance of the Caribbean is increased still further by the fact that it is unique in the developing world in belonging to two of the great North-South systems of the twentieth century – the American hemispheric system with the US as metropolis and Latin America and the Caribbean as periphery, and the Eur...

In Petersen PL, editor, Danish-North American Relations Since World War II: Proceedings of an international conference sponsor.
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