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Kugler is an expert on war, peace, deterrence, power transition theory, formal decision making, political economy, economic development, and political demography.
The Power transition theory is a theory about the cyclical nature of war, in relation to the power in international relations.
Status Quo State is a term from Power Transition Theory within the wider field of International Relations.
Thus, power transition theory's war hypothesis is that wars among great powers are most likely when a power transition occurs between the dominant state and the dissatisfied challenger.
This can be expressed in power transition theory, which states that it is likely that a great power would challenge a hegemon after a certain period, resulting in a major war.
Eugene R. Wittkopf explores past wars and their relation to Power Transition theory in his book World Politics: Trend and Transformation.
The main theories of neorealism are balance of power theory, balance of threat theory, security dilemma theory, offense-defense theory, hegemonic stability theory and power transition theory.
Created by A.F.K. Organski, and originally published in his textbook, World Politics (1958), power transition theory today describes international politics as a hierarchy, with 4 degrees of power between states.
Dr. Morrow's research focus on international norms, crisis bargaining, the causes of war, military alliances, power transition theory, links between international trade and conflict, and the role of international institutions in the creation of international law.
Abramo Fimo Kenneth Organski (12 May 1923 - 6 March 1998) was Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, the founder of Power transition theory and a co-founder of Decision Insights, Inc.
Another major theory relating to power in international relations and machtpolitik is the Power Transition theory, which distributes the world into a hierarchy and explains major wars as part of a cycle of hegemons being destabilized by a great power which does not support the hegemons' control.
Contrary to the traditional "Balance of power theory", with its power parity hypothesis, which claim that an equality in power is conductive to peace, "Power transition theory" reach the opposite conclusion claiming the probability of war between the rising challenger and the dominant state peaks near the point of power transition between them.