The Discourse Of The Power

Author:Adina Elena Sandu, Ciprian Roscaneanu
Pages:492-497
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Power it's in the middle of the international system. The behavior of each state and the dynamism of the international system rise in the structure and the distribution of the global power. Power represents the keystone of the international relationships. All the realistic theories consider that the worries about power, the balance of the power, the dynamism of the power, represents the engine of ... (see full summary)

 
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European Integration - Realities and Perspectives. Proceedings 2016
492
The Youth of Today - The Generation of the Global
Development
The Discourse of the Power
Adina Elena Sandu1, Ciprian Roscaneanu2
Abstract: Power it's in the middle of the international system. The behavior of each state and the dynamism
of the international system rise in the structu re and the distribution of the global power. Power represents the
keystone of the international relationships. All the realistic theories consider that the worries about power, the
balance of the power, the dynamism of the power, represents the engine of the international business. Also, it
represents a basic instrument, if it isn’t the only one, in order to achieve th e national interests’ goals. As a
result, realistic theories posit that the states are in a constant competition to achieve the power.
Keywords: balance; international relationships; national interests’ goals
Introduction
Power it's in the middle of the international system. The behavior of each state and the dynamism of
the international system rise in the structure and the distribution of the global power.
Power represents the keystone of the international relationships. All the realistic theories considered
that the worries about power, the balance of the power, the dynamism of the power, represents the
engine of the international business. Also, it represents a basic instrument, if it isn’t the only one, in
order to achieve the national interests’ goals. As a result, realistic theories posit that the states are in a
constant competition to achieve the power.
According to Joseph Nye
There are three types of powers in his classification about it:
1. Soft power the ability to form beliefs of other states through persuasion and attraction. Credibility is
the most feared resource. At political level it was reached the idea that persuasion, negotiation and use
of a variety of tools are beneficial for both peaceful strong states, and for the poor ones, who suffered
greatly from the use of force.
Economically, it is about a simple calculation cost-benefit type declaring that war or threat of force,
excessive militarization and hard politics can damage much greater, or in any case involving the
1 Student, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., Galati 800654, Romania, Tel.: +40372361102,
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2 Student, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., Galati 800654, Romania, Tel.: +40372361102,
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