Post Tagged with: "human nature"

U.S. Marines with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment maneuver from a chemically gassed area during Exercise Bougainville II at the Pohakuloa Training Area, Island of Hawaii, Oct. 20, 2018. Exercise Bougainville II is the 2nd part of the pre-deployment workup focusing on platoon and company level exercises. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ricky Gomez)

Review – Thucydides on Choice and Decision Making: Why War is Not Inevitable

Ilias Kouskouvelis’ latest book provides a meticulous content analysis of Thucydides’ work, which focuses on choice and decision-making in relation to war and peace.

Review – Thucydides on the Outbreak of War

Review – Thucydides on the Outbreak of War

Jaffe’s excellent and accessible book deals with the state of the art literature on realism and constructivism and challenges realist interpretations of Thucydides.

The ‘Nature’ of International Relations: From Geopolitics to the Anthropocene

The ‘Nature’ of International Relations: From Geopolitics to the Anthropocene

The challenge is to find a way forward that does not revive geography as a condition of great power competition, but rather one that grapples with an Anthropocene IR.

Interview – Steven Pinker

Interview – Steven Pinker

Professor Pinker answers questions on mankind’s tendency toward violence, Darwinism, the rights of women in Islamic societies, and his new book – The Sense of Style.

Review Feature – One Family, One Destiny

Review Feature – One Family, One Destiny

This feature examines two books that explore universalised human nature and political action, and deftly illuminate the epistemological lineages of the modern world.

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