Power, Space, and Time is a unique combination of textbook and secondary resource. Rhamey (Virginia Military Institute) and Kugler (Roger Williams Univ.) shed light on important concepts and apply them to the evolving international relations of the 21st century. The authors divide the discussion into three parts—"Conflict," "Cooperation," "Key Issues Confronting the Twenty-First Century"—each with four succinct chapters. In the first sections, they analyze and illustrate the nature of conflict and cooperation and provide discussion questions and elaborate on key terms. This analysis provides the basis for the last section, which concludes with a chapter titled "American Decline, Chinese Rise, and an Unexpected Future." This volume also includes a glossary, a 20-page notes section, and a thorough bibliography. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty.