Unique, precise, innovative and non-pretentious language make this book by Sharma and Gielen a recommended read for practitioners, scholars and the layperson alike.
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The tradition of taking leaders, their strategies, and their entrepreneurial activities seriously will continue, regardless of how the discipline of IR regards the topic.
Insights from psychology can develop our understanding of IR. One example is the examination of emotion in decision making which can enhance our understanding of the roles and functions of leadership.
At some point, the fact that it is a female leading a government will be utterly banal. We will look past gender and notice other qualities of leadership: vision, managerial skill, judgment, empathy, and character.
Does lying in international politics occur? How often? Who benefits? What are the consequences? There are many questions to be considered in Mearsheimer’s Why Leaders Lie and it provides a starting point for further research and discussion.