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Realism in International Relations: A Theoretical Dialogue

Introduction

The history of realism is the history of disagreements among its greatest proponents. To understand realism therefore, one must critically examine these divergent writings and views with an aim of accurately conceptualising the subject matter. 2,966 more words

Classical Realism

Defining a new security for Europe that brings Russia from the cold #Russia #Brussels #Ukraine #Europe

A round table discussion named “Defining a new security for Europe that brings Russia from the cold” is going to take place on Monday the 2nd of March 2015 at The Press Club Brussels Europe (located at Rue Froissart, 95 – 200 meters from Place Schuman) at 10am. 247 more words

EU

°BRIC countries: Naval military power

Introduction

Offshore from the Syrian coast, the Russian navy (Военно-морской Флот Российской Федерации) is conducting probably its largest naval deployment outside its own territorial waters since the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. 7,388 more words

Aviaton

Putin's Defense - Mearsheimer - Response, Note, Loose Reference

“The taproot of the trouble is NATO enlargement, the central element of a larger strategy to move Ukraine out of Russia’s orbit and integrate it into the West.” … 297 more words

Politics

How often do world leaders lie?

“Lying comes easy to leaders who think that they live in a Hobbesian world.” – John Mearsheimer

In his 2011 book, Why Leaders Lie, John Mearsheimer explores the question of lying as a tool for statecraft. 1,362 more words

International Relations

The Tragedy of Great Power Politics

Sometimes the pursuit of non-security goals has hardly any effect on the balance of power, one way or the other. Human rights interventions usually fit this description, because they tend to be small-scale operations that cost little and do not detract from a great power’s prospects for survival.

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Book

Liberal Institutionalism: non-cooperation in our modern world- Lucero Flores

For many years, since the end of the Cold War, the international community has been completely aware of the states that are classified in the group of major world leaders. 433 more words