Defending the National Interest

  title={Defending the National Interest},
  author={Ryan C. Amacher and Stephen D. Krasner},
  journal={Southern Economic Journal},

Who Supports Global Economic Engagement? The Sources of Preferences in American Foreign Economic Policy

Abstract In this article we bring together opposing international relations theories to better understand U.S. foreign policy, in particular foreign trade and aid. Using votes in the U.S. House of

Capitalist Class Relations, the State, and New Deal Foreign Trade Policy

  • T. Woods
  • Economics, Political Science
  • 2003
In this paper, I focus on the political influence of class forces surrounding the 1934 Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act (RTAA). The RTAA was instrumental because it shifted much of the trade-policy

The crisis of the Argentinian State : democratisation and economic restructuring, 1976-1989

This thesis examines the crisis of the Argentinian state during the period of the 1983-1989 democratic government. It suggests that the 1976 military dictatorship attempted to resolve the crisis of

The Limits of the State: Beyond Statist Approaches and their Critics

The state has always been difficult to define. Its boundary with society appears elusive, porous, and mobile. I argue that this elusiveness should not be overcome by sharper definitions, but explored

The Iraq War and International Relations: Implications for Small States

The Iraq War exposes the new shape of world politics. It discredits the idea of a benign hegemon defending world order, content to be an ‘offshore balancer’, exercising its power through

Approaching actually existing neoliberalisms: Citizenship, responsibility, and (health)care in anthropology

Neoliberalism seems to be a ubiquitous concept, both in anthropological scholarship and in the public discourse, as global social inequalities continue to grow. In anthropology, neoliberalism has

Neoclassical realism and Italy’s military behaviour, 1946–2010: a combined dyad/nation analysis

ABSTRACT This article carries out a quantitative analysis of the military behaviour of Italy from 1946 to 2010 using neoclassical realism as the theoretical framework. By overcoming the limits of

« Canada First » : le nationalisme économique et les relations commerciales canado-américaines de la Confédération à l'ACEUM

  • X. H. Rioux
  • Political Science
    Canadian Journal of Political Science
  • 2019
Résumé Cet article vise à brosser un portrait de l’évolution des politiques et des relations commerciales canado-américaines en replaçant au cœur de l'analyse la variable du « nationalisme économique

Theories of State Creation and Democratization

  • A. Hybel
  • Political Science
    The Challenges of Creating Democracies in the Americas
  • 2019
This study is built on the argument that to understand why some states in the Americas have been more effective at creating democratic regimes than others, it is imperative to focus on the evolution

Ethnicity, extraterritoriality, and international conflict

  • A. Stein
  • Sociology, Political Science
    Affect, Interest and Political Entrepreneurs in Ethnic and Religious Conflicts
  • 2019
ABSTRACT The world has more ethnic groups than states and many ethnic groups are split across two or more states. One implication is that many ethnic conflicts are international phenomena in which