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Structural Realism after the Cold War

Structural Realism after the Cold War Kenneth N. Waltz S ome students of international politics believe that realism is obsolete. 1 They argue that, although realism's concepts of anarchy, self-help, and power balancing may have been appropriate to a bygone era, they have been displaced by ...

REALIST/IDEALIST TEXTS: Psychometry and Semantics

Wilhelmian and Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, and the Soviet Union. Keohane (1986: 7) identifies three "key assumptions" of Realism: 1. states (or city-states) are the key units of action; 2. they seek power, either as an end in itself or as a means to other ends; and 3. they behave in ways that ...

Realism and Regionalism

Joseph M. Grieco Realism and Regionalism American Power and German and Japanese Institutional Strategies During and After the Cold War Introduction It was suggested in the early 1990s that, with the end of the Cold War and the loss of a common Soviet challenge to the advanced industrial ...

The Triumph of Legal Realism

The Triumph of Legal Realism Kevin Mackey MSU/DCL 2004 "Woe unto you, lawyers! For ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered."

The Conditions of Realism

The Conditions of Realism Christian Miller Wake Forest University millerc@wfu.edu The Journal of Philosophical Research 32 (2007): 95-132. Issues about realism have arisen in reflecting upon just about every domain of human experience.


5/19/08 1 Realism and A Doll House "For writers who chose realism as their style, the world is a place

Realism is a very old philosophy which dates back to as early as

Page 2 of 11 Realism was developed through Aristotle's interest in completing the unfinished business of idealism. Aristotle was a student of Plato, the Father of Idealism, but gradually developed differences from the teachings of Plato.

The Typologies of Realism

The Typologies of Realism Liu Feng and Zhang Ruizhuang (Department of International Relations, Nankai University) Much more than a single theory, realism is a school of thought containing numerous related branches.

Review: Neoclassical Realism and Theories of Foreign Policy ...

Review: Neoclassical Realism and Theories of Foreign Policy Author(s): Gideon Rose Reviewed work(s): The Perils of Anarchy: Contemporary Realism and International Security by Michael E.

Law, Human Rights, Realism, and the "War on Terror"

H UMAN R IGHTS & H UMAN W ELFARE Law, Human Rights, Realism and the "War on Terror" By J. Peter Pham The Lesser Evil: Political Ethics in an Age of Terror by Michael Ignatieff.