Post Tagged with: "international system"

Why IR Realism Persists

Why IR Realism Persists

IR Realism is not sufficient for understanding and explaining international politics, but its concerns with power politics in a decentralised system remain necessary.

The International Community: Conceptual Insights from Law and Sociology

The International Community: Conceptual Insights from Law and Sociology

While talk would suggest that there exists some kind of unitary and durable actor called ‘international community’, it is far from clear who or what it represents.

The Islamic State’s Challenge to the International System

The Islamic State’s Challenge to the International System

IS is not the adversary of 2006-2008 Iraq, this is a more fanatical, more entrenched, better equipped force with a radical commitment to the territory it has captured.

Rationality and R2P: Unfriendly Bedfellows

Rationality and R2P: Unfriendly Bedfellows

The largest obstacles to consistent implementation and enforcement of R2P remain its flawed epistemological foundations and the enduring nature of the international system.

Lost in Translation? Importing the English School to America

Lost in Translation? Importing the English School to America

Robert Murray’s edited collection ‘System, Society and the World’ illustrates the value of a pluralist approach under the umbrella of English School research.

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