By Jonathan Renshon
There is common contract that prestige or status within the overseas approach is a severe point in global politics. the will for prestige is famous as a key think about nuclear proliferation, the increase of China, and different modern international coverage concerns, and has lengthy been implicated in foundational theories of diplomacy and international coverage. regardless of the consensus that prestige concerns, we lack a easy knowing of prestige dynamics in foreign politics. the 1st ebook to comprehensively study this topic, Fighting for Status provides a conception of prestige dissatisfaction that delves into the character of status in overseas conflicts and specifies why states wish prestige and the way they get it.
What activities do prestige matters set off, and what techniques do states use to maximise or salvage their status? whilst does prestige subject, and below what situations do issues over relative place overshadow the myriad different matters that leaders face? In studying those questions, Jonathan Renshon strikes past a spotlight on significant powers and exhibits how various states build prestige groups of peer opponents that shift over the years as states circulation up or down, or out, of assorted groups.
Combining leading edge network-based statistical research, old case reports, and a lab test that makes use of a pattern of real-world political and armed forces leaders, Fighting for prestige provides a compelling examine the explanations and results of prestige at the international stage.
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Fighting for Status: Hierarchy and Conflict in World Politics by Jonathan Renshon