Leadership and Transformative Ambition in International Relations

Leadership and Transformative Ambition in International Relations

New Horizons in Leadership Studies series

Mark A. Menaldo

This enriching book explores a theoretical gap in international relations and the role of leader ambition. It presents the idea that some leaders transcend political constraints and as a result, they fundamentally reshape their domestic polity while introducing change to the international system.

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Mark A. Menaldo

Subjects: politics and public policy, international relations, leadership

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