Relative Power

Some articles on powers, relative power, relative, power:

Neorealism (international Relations) - Theory
... of capabilities, measured by the number of great powers within the international system ... and as a means to increase their relative power ... a lack of trust between states which requires them to be on guard against relative losses of power which could enable other states to threaten their survival ...

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