ABSTRACT. Fearon writes that the incentive effects of imposing partitions on weak states apply to relations between insurgents and governments, and to relations among states. Cooper points out that what happened in 1989 was not just the end of the Cold War, but also the end of the balance-of-power system in Europe. Grant and Barysch note that both the EU and China are helping to shape a new international order. Slaughter examines the relations between government networks and traditional international organizations. (pp. 164–168)

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