International World Management & Leadership
This title is endorsed by TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership Division by Tres Mali Scott, Management Theorist & Who’s Who Of Professionals in Management since 2000.
Recommendations to reduce civilian injury due to terrorism, para-terrorism, and extremist group activities:
- Define the religious practices that are violent enough to appear as an “act of war” or “armed conflict” as such to ensure International law intervention for civilian populations.
- It is recommended that the Global Military alliances with the United Nations and The Vatican are named as Superior Powers or Supreme Powers. (Vatican City is a Supreme Soft Power that has the capacity to discern International Humanarian Law issues).
- It is recommended that the aforementioned alliances and powers are recognized defined, listed and then re-listed every five years to remain accurate, specific, and certain.
Tres Mali Scott with TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership
This title is endorsed by TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership Division by Tres Mali Scott, Management Theorist, Member of Who’s Who of Professionals in Management since 2000.
There are two types of power, hard power and soft power.
Hard Power is considered:
- armed forces,
- economic pressure or sanctions,
- assassinations and
- other forms of intimidation
Soft Power is defined by Joseph Nye and includes:
- Debates on cultural values,
- dialogues on ideology,
- the attempt to influence through good example and
- appeal of commonly accepted human values.
A Power’s type of force or influence can be:
- Global Power,
- Major Power or
- Middle Power.
Charles W. Freeman, Jr. states that power is a capacity to direct the decisions & actions of others. The names of the powers that are defined by capacity are:
- Super Power-Great Power+Mobility of Power,
- Great Power-Strong political, cultural, & economic influence,
- Regional Power-exercise influence within Region, and
- Middle Power-second tier influence.
This title is endorsed by TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership Division by Tres Mali Scott, Management Theorist, Who’s Who of Professionals in Management since 2000.
What is “Power” according to International Relations? According to International Relations, Power is defined by:
- Power is a goal,
- The Power to influence and control can be and is measured,
- The Power has had victory in conflict,
- The Power has attainment of security, and
- The Power to control resources and capabilities.
Look at the world as an organization. The organizational leadership of the world includes “degrees of world power”. The Degrees of Powers of the world are super, great, regional, and middle. These powers are defined as:
- A Super Power has the abilities of a Great Power plus a great power of mobility of the power.
- A Great Power has strong political, cultural, and economic influence across the world (1st tier).
- A Regional Power exercises influence & power within region (1st tier).
- A Middle Power is a 2nd tier influential state that could not be defined as a great power.
International Relations identifies——-
The Super Powers:
- The British Empire
- The Soviet Union
- The United States
- Vatican City
The Great Powers:
- United Kingdom
The Regional Powers:
- South Africa