Get this from a library! The diffusion of power; an essay in recent history,. (W W Rostow) -- A former advisor to Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson provides a detailed account of the United States' role in world affairs during this period.
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Osmosis, the spontaneous passage or diffusion of water or other solvents through a semipermeable membrane (one that blocks the passage of dissolved substances—i.e., solutes). The process, important in biology, was first thoroughly studied in 1877 by a German plant physiologist, Wilhelm Pfeffer.Separation of powers, division of the legislative, executive, and judicial functions of government among separate and independent bodies. Such a separation limits arbitrary excesses by government, since the sanction of all three branches is required for the making, executing, and administering of laws.The explosion in the Lebanese capital has claimed 137 lives and injured 5,000. It’s the latest in a series of hardships the country is facing, writes Lebanese-Canadian designer and advocate.
In his recent IAI news article, Philip defends panpsychism against the criticisms outlined in that discussion, and presents his own arguments against analytic idealism. Here, Bernardo responds. Even in the preliminaries of Philip’s essay there appears to be a contradiction. He claims, whereas “panpsychists think that the physical world is fundamental, idealists think that there is a more.Read More
Diffusion allows some particles to cross the semipermeable. Particles such as water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide molecules can diffuse rapidly across a semipermeable cell membrane. (The diffusion of water is called .) Sometimes diffusion occurs through membrane proteins. This process is referred to a facilitated diffusion. Here is a video which discusses this concept. You experience diffusion.Read More
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This chapter examines the global order, led by the United States, that emerged at the end of the cold war and asks whether it has been effectively challenged by rising powers. It begins with a discussion of the challenges to the idea of a U.S.-dominated global order, focusing in particular on the role of large, emerging developing countries as well as the idea of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia.Read More
Smith explores Thomas Jefferson’s belief in the value of history, and his plan for public universities. In 1778, as I explained in the first part of this series, Thomas Jefferson submitted to the Virginia Assembly “A Bill for the More General Diffusion of Knowledge.”.Read More
The British historian Lord Acton once said, “Power tends to corrupt, absolute power corrupts absolutely.” History provides countless examples in which power spawns corruption, in the form of moral perversion or depravity. But can powerlessness corrupt as well? In fact, powerlessness has the potential to corrupt in many ways.Read More
In particular, this paper engages with Steve Biddle's recent work on theimportance of force employment in warfare and the risks of over-reliance on technology. The paper argues that while Biddle's theory is an important first step towards moving beyond purely materialist understandings of international politics, a better understanding of the factors that drive the diffusion of military power.Read More
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The paper posits that China’s hard power (economic success in production, trade, finance, and foreign aid) is paving the way for the diffusion of Beijing’s normative power, and such norm diffusion becomes the source of emission and attraction of China’s soft power in terms of shaping perceptions, cognitions, and preferences among international actors.Read More