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Within this global framework, a regional approach enriches our knowledge of the specific constraints and opportunities that appear to have shaped superpower choices and behavior. It also brings some sense of proportion to the range of power and the impact that the superpowers have had - and are likely to have - on their environment. That environment limits their ability to define the system in preferred ways. It highlights the limits of power of the United States and the Soviet Union as they have been compelled to adjust not only to the countervailing strategies that foiled the realization of their competing aims but also to the claims and leverage exercised by regional states in pursuing their manifold and divergent interests.
Superpower games are developed with precision in Steven Brams, Applying Game Theory to Superpower Conflict (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985). An attempt to develop the notion of a regional approach to security analysis is found in Barry Buzan, 'A Framework for Regional Security Analysis', in South Asian Security and the Great Powers, Barry Buzan et al. (eds), New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986), pp. 3-33. See especially the lead article of the World Politics symposium by Kenneth A. Oye, 'Explaining Cooperation under Anarchy: Hypotheses and Strategies', World Politics, pp.
It has to be supplemented in at least two ways that have implications for current thinking about international cooperation. First, as argued earlier, it has to be augmented by a systemic or global perspective that admits the force of three imperatives - order, welfare, and legitimacy - that are at work across international state-to-state and society-to-society relations and that frame the choices of ruling elites in their allocation of resources, particularly military, economic, and techno-scientific capabilities, and their access to power and influence over those capability domains.