Post Tagged with: "Idealism"

Emotion and Dystopian Idealism in Security Studies

Emotion and Dystopian Idealism in Security Studies

While forms of power are important they do not necessarily shape collective emotions which can be situated in a much more dispersed sets of cultural practices.

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.

Political Feasibility

Political Feasibility

The notion of political feasibility is a complex one and has a sharp contrast with the fundamental idea of ideal theory – which tends to sideline all issues of feasibility in order to focus on the question of desirability.

E.H Carr and The Failure of the League of Nations

E.H Carr and The Failure of the League of Nations

The dose of reality that E.H. Carr dealt to interwar idealists was significant & timely. It was obvious to Carr that the League was failing and the march to war was underway.

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