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Counting environment poles, based on gross qualitative judgements, is no more difficult—or easy—than the counting of systemic poles. In contrast to neorealism, stable alliances may count as one pole, in particular if the powers involved are dedicated to the same ideology and have established common institutions. If a number of states have pooled much of their capabilities and prestige, as in the Euro-Atlantic pole, this pool may function as a pole vis-à-vis states. Seen from the viewpoint of a particular state, as in environment polarity, the main characteristic of its situation is how many divergent power poles can project sanctions to its territory.
It is the pole sanctions that can be projected in this particular relationship that are important, not the pole’s aggregate power to act as a potential world leader, for instance (although this may of course indirectly influence the pole’s ability to sanction particular policies). 5 In environment polarity, a species of relational polarity, polarity is seen from the ‘receiving’ end. This is crucial when we embark on the explanation of state behaviour. The polarity prevailing in a state territory, its environment polarity, may be labelled unipolar, bipolar or multipolar, depending on how many poles are projecting sanctions in relation to it.
However, the period was characterized by Sino-American rapprochement. The reason was that the Soviet Union—because of the extensive border between the countries and its alliance with Vietnam—was the major power in China’s salient environment. The nature of a pole Neorealists focus on the possession of material power when identifying poles. We focus instead on power projection. How do pole powers project their power? Pole powers favour very different international orders and promote very different norms and values.