POLS 112

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Question Answer
Robert Dahl's powerA has power to extent that A makes B do something B would not do otherwise
Hans MorgenthauPower comprise anything that establishes/maintains power of man over man - From physical violence-->subtle psychological ties; mind controls another
Power as “hard power”coerce, use force, and specifically wield military capability
Thucydides"What made the war inevitable was the growth of Athenian power and the fear which this caused Sparta" 
Soft power john nyeability to get what you want through attraction rather than coercion or payments
Power as a tool for analysisanalyze change (power transitions) and continuity (periods of hegemonic power)
What, according to Nye, is currently going on in terms of changes in power?Transition and dispersion
Power in a global system?resource that can be dispersed and available to a multitude of different actors with effects that often can be less predictable