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The arrangement of these parts defines the structure and only a change in that arrangement qualifies as structural change (Waltz, 1979, p. 80). Accordingly, the international system is a structure which differs from specific domestic systems in that its ordering system is one of anarchy and decentralization and that its basic units, states, are not differentiated according to their functions. This leaves the third organizing principle, the distribution of capabilities across units, and it is here that Waltz found the main object of his interest.
The integrating tendencies could, in turn, lead to new types of arrangements independent of recognized political units. There is no reason why each unit should not consist of groups of several formally sovereign states so long as the effective (but not necessarily the nominal) authority is exercised from a single centre. The effective group unit of the future will in all probability not be the unit formally recognized as such by international law. Any project of an international order which takes these formal units as its basis seems likely to prove unreal.
This changed with the decline in the power of the Church and the emergence of a world economy during the ‘long sixteenth century’. This changing view of time, space and politics was strongly reflected in Machiavelli’s writings. In his discussion of The Prince, Walker (1993) outlined the two important aspects of Machiavelli’s analysis which mark the break with medieval traditions: first, the temporal argument that a political community was possible in time and, second, the spatial argument that this political community could only exist within a specific territory.
A Spatial Approach to Regionalisms in the Global Economy by Michael Niemann (auth.)