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“…As for balance-of-power theory, Fritz & Sweeney (2004) note that the formation of balancing alliances is more likely to involve journal of PEACE RESEARCH volume 43 / number 4 / july 2006 great powers facing significant threats than great powers in a relatively threat-free environment. Testing a modified trade-off model of alliance formation, Gibler & Rider (2004) find that alliance formation is influenced more by foreign policy interest similarity than by capability concentration.…”
Section: Alliance Formation: Capability Balances Versus Security Threats and Beyondmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As for balance-of-power theory, Fritz & Sweeney (2004) note that the formation of balancing alliances is more likely to involve journal of PEACE RESEARCH volume 43 / number 4 / july 2006 great powers facing significant threats than great powers in a relatively threat-free environment. Testing a modified trade-off model of alliance formation, Gibler & Rider (2004) find that alliance formation is influenced more by foreign policy interest similarity than by capability concentration.…”
Section: Alliance Formation: Capability Balances Versus Security Threats and Beyondmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Threat, potentially defined by a number of forces, can vary independent of power." 32 Without power it is difficult to be a threat, but with power one is not necessarily a threat. It all depends on the context, on the actual states involved.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%