Measuring National Power

Measuring National Power

Authors : Gregory F. Treverton, Senior Policy Analyst and Director Gregory F Treverton, Seth G. Jones
Publisher : RAND
Published Date : 2005
ISBN-13 : 9780833037985
Page : 21 Pages
Language : en


Descriptions Measuring National Power

Reports the results of a two-day workshop that brought together a diverse group of modelers, specialists in international relations, and thinkers about power from both the public and the private sectors. Reports the results of a two-day workshop that brought together a diverse group of modelers, specialists in international relations, and thinkers about power from both the public and the private sectors. They considered how to measure state power and the power of non-state actors, and how states and non-state actors wield power on a continuum ranging from persuasion, through economic aid, to military action.

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