Weak States in the International System

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Psychology Press, 1990 - Political Science - 318 pages
This work defines weak states and their strengths and weaknesses. It examines why they are weak and their position in different international systems as well as their economic positions.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Definitions and Characteristics
9
Highest and Lowest Middle Powers
27
Economic and Demographic Data
47
Internal Sources of Weakness
67
Total Military Aircraft Production of
82
External Sources of Weakness
119
The Position of Weak States
169
OPEC Foreign Investment 19741977
218
Germanys Percentual Share in the Trade
227
Serbian Exports in 1906 and 1907
237
Conclusions
257
Appendix B The New International Norms of Conduct
265
The Potential Impact of Modern Military
277
Bibliography
287
Index
313

The Economic Position of the Weak States
217

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