Political Realism & Neorealism
Compares theories & their application in international relations, economics & national power of Estonia & North Korea.
# 11676 | 1,350 words | 6 sources | 1996 |
Published on May 19, 2003 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures) , International Relations (Non-U.S.) , Political Science (Non-U.S.) , European Studies (Post-Soviet Period, 1990 on)
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From the Paper:"One perception of international relations is based upon a premise "that a rational and moral political order, derived from universally valid abstract principles, can be achieved here and now." An alternative perception holds that "the world, imperfect as it is from the rational point of view, is the result of forces inherent in human nature." This alternative perception holds further that the conduct of international relations must, therefore, be realistic, must accept human nature as it actually is, and must deal with political processes as they actually occur. The theory of political realism holds that international relations is the concept of interest defined in terms of power. "Political realism does not require, nor does it..."
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