General Patterns of Interactions throughout the International System.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES DEPT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
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The report replicates an earlier WEIS Project study which reported the percentages of international events that were recorded in each of the twenty-two event interaction categories. In addition, the earlier study reported the results of a principal component factor analysis. In the present paper the same techniques were employed to analyze a 77-month run of data. The major conclusion is that while the focus of the worlds attention has shifted over the last several years from one interaction arena to the next the gross characteristics of international interaction have not changed markedly since 1966. Author
- Government and Political Science