The United States, Israel, and the search for international order [electronic resource] : socializing states / Cameron G. Thies.
- New York : Routledge, 2013.
- Role Theory and International Relations
Role theory and international relations ; 2
1 online resource (196 p.)
- International relations -- Philosophy.
Newly independent states.
United States -- Foreign relations.
Israel -- Foreign relations.
- Electronic books.
How do emerging states become full, functioning members of the international system? In this book, Cameron G. Thies argues that new and emerging states are subject to socialization efforts by current member states, which guide them in locating their position in the international system.
Thies develops a theoretical approach to understanding how states socialize each other into and out of different roles in the international system, such as regional power, ally, and peacekeeper. The concept of state socialization is developed using role theory, a middle-range theory developed i
- Improving structural theories of international politics
Socializing states in the international system
Socializing the United States: emergence to major member
Socializing the United States: structural imperatives and great power status
Socializing Israel: emergence to major member.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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