“The global influence of the US is threatened by the potentially chaotic unraveling of a political, security, and economic architecture that has structured the world for the past seventy or so years.” writes Howard D. Read More
Alexander Cooley speaks at Bilkent University’s International Relations Talks about Exit from Hegemony. Watch on YouTube >
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Benjamin Tallis was kind of enough to invite me to present at the Hamburg Insecurity Sessions. Not only did I have a terrific and intellectually stimulating time, but it’s resulted in a video of me Read More
While debates over Trumpism currently consume foreign-policy watchers, scholars of world politics generally focus on longer-term developments. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the United States faced no great-power peer competitors. It Read More
In Exit from Hegemony, we explore the theory and practice of the American hegemonic system. We argue that there are three distinct principles of liberal international order: democratic political systems that broadly respect political and Read More