The second image reversed: the international sources of domestic politics

  title={The second image reversed: the international sources of domestic politics},
  author={Peter Gourevitch},
  journal={International Organization},
  • P. Gourevitch
  • Published 1 September 1978
  • Sociology
  • International Organization
The international system is not only an expression of domestic structures, but a cause of them. Two schools of analysis exploring the impact of the international system upon domestic politics (regime types, institutions, coalitions, policies) may be distinguished: those which stress the international economy, and those which stress political-military rivalry, or war. Among the former are such arguments as: late industrialization (associated with Gershenkron); dependencia or core-periphery… Expand
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