This book goes beyond the concept of power and studies the structure of relations among nations as a stratified system in terms of economic, prestige, and power variables that determine relative superiority and inferiority. It identifies some of the fundamental typologies of international actions in the three basic stratification variables.
Originally published in 1963.
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