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International relations theory International relations Political science Realism Anarchy Offensive realism Constructivism Defensive realism Kenneth Waltz Liberalism Balance of power Polarity
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International relations theory International relations Political science Realism Anarchy Offensive realism Constructivism Defensive realism Kenneth Waltz Liberalism Balance of power Polarity
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state conflict + anarchy Liberalism harmony of interests + cooperation Marxism class conflict + domination Social constructivism norms + identity History: Theories of Conflict versus Theories of Cooperation Antiquity Thucydides (classic realism) Medieval Machiavelli (The Prince) 17th C - Grotius (International Law/ Diplomacy) Pre-1914 realism 1920s Return of liberalism (or idealism) Realism (Classic & Modern) Themes: Economic power subordinate to military power Relative gain more important than absolute gain self-sufficiency vital Politics is governed by conflict rather than consensus All states seek power, security, wealth but may have different priorities Construction of state apparatus for defence and economy for wealth Industrialisation and state-building both needed for survival Realists sceptical about globalisation Differences (Cl...
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