Sunday, September 27, 2020

Power Shift in International Regimes between 2001-2017

Entering the 21st century, Asian emerging countries, especially China, have recorded impressive economic growth. Therefore, many scholars have produced publications showcasing American relative decline and gradual power shift to the East. Most of the publications, however, have produced assessment based on the resources, not least economic strength. Although this article does not deny the significance of economic resources in the national power, in fact, there are other effective approaches which can produce more comprehensive and multifaceted assessment. Structural power is one of them. From this approach, the article argues that the power shift from the US to its rivals is visible in economic structure and limited only at the regional level. Meanwhile, the power shift in security and ideological structures occurs between the US and its close allies as a form of power concentration. Thus, it is unlikely for another great power to replace the US as the leader in international regimes in the near future.


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