Few academics in the field of International Political Economy have so re-conceptualized our understanding of global power realities as Susan Strange. During the course of her career, her pioneering work caused a ground-shift in the landscape of academic debate. This book presents a timely examination of Strange’s structural power and other theories, written by leading international analysts. Each contributor advances the framework of these ideas from their own unique perspective, to provide an authoritative view of international power in the era of the global economy. This combination of approaches and experience results in an in-depth and multifaceted analysis of contemporary International Relations/International Political Economy theory and practice, which will be required reading for academics and students alike. An invaluable new textbook for graduate and undergraduate courses in international political economy and international relations. Brings together contributions from renowned international scholars from a variety of disciplines.A multifaceted view of contemporary international studies (theory and practice) and power in the global economy. Employs critical concepts and analytical tools to advance the reader's understanding of modern international relations. Offers both an American view of International Relations/International Political Economy and critique from the European school.