This review "Power Transitions Strategies for the 21st Century" focuses on the change in the political structure following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. It is stated that within the wake of this dissolution it’s argued that the world shifted into the political realm of unipolarity. …
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The second argument is that the current unipolar system is prone to peace. The third argument is that the system is both peaceful and durable. The extent of Wolfforth's text expands of these points in support of the efficacy of the current unipolar structure. Jacek Kugler’s Power Transition Theory for the Twenty-first Century considers the role of the United States in the third millennium. Within this context Kugler argues that the United States is engaged in a quiet war “between those who favor the expansion of American influence abroad and those who reject involvement in distant lands with strange names for purposes having little apparent linkage to their daily lives” (Kugler 2000, pg. 3). Kugler argues along a number of lines within this context of understanding. One of his points is that the United States is currently ill-prepared to meet the challenges of continued expansion. Kugler considers the shifting nature of the geopolitical situation, as the dissolution of the Soviet Union has resulted in unipolarity with the United States at the center. The text argues that in addition to a geopolitical crisis, scholars are experiencing a theoretical upheaval as previous theories of political alignment and expansion failed to accurately describe shifts in the world culture. In terms of the texts overall content, it explores two major goals. The first goal is the presentation of a composite picture of Power Transition theory through its three main components. The second goal is the translation of Power Transition theory into terms relevant for the articulation of the contemporary geopolitical structure. The extent of the text is the articulation of those notions.
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