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LEADER 00000cam 2200000 a 4500 001 501176658 003 OCoLC 005 20110125232825.0 008 091222s2010 enka b 001 0 eng 010 2009053753 020 9780521765435 (hbk.) 020 0521765439 (hbk.) 020 9780521749381 (pbk.) 020 0521749387 (pbk.) 035 (OCoLC)501176658 040 DLC|cDLC|dBWK|dCDX|dYDXCP|dC#P|dUKM|dBTCTA|dDEBBG|dBWX |dGZQ 043 n-us--- 049 CCXC 050 00 JZ1312|b.N67 2010 100 1 Norrlof, Carla. 245 10 America's global advantage :|bUS hegemony and international cooperation /|cCarla Norrlof. 260 Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press, |c2010. 300 xv, 286 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm. 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-270) and index. 505 0 Introduction -- The forms and consequences of hegemonic leadership -- Cooperation under hegemony -- International trade cooperation -- Interactive effects between monetary and commercial power --The security card -- Credible threats and regional competition. 520 "For over sixty years the United States has been the largest economy and most powerful country in the world. However, there is growing speculation that this era of hegemony is under threat as it faces huge trade deficits, a weaker currency, and stretched military resources. America's Global Advantage argues that, despite these difficulties, the U.S. will maintain its privileged position. In this original and important contribution to a central subject in International Relations, Carla Norrlof challenges the prevailing wisdom that other states benefit more from U.S. hegemony than the United States itself. By analysing America's structural advantages in trade, money, and security, and the ways in which these advantages reinforce one another, Norrlof shows how and why America benefits from being the dominant power in the world. Contrary to predictions of American decline, she argues that American hegemony will endure for the foreseeable future"--Half title. 650 0 Hegemony|zUnited States. 650 0 International cooperation. 650 0 International relations. 994 92|bCCX
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