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Social Constructivism Vs. Neorealism in Analysing the Cold War

Social Constructivism Vs. Neorealism in Analysing the Cold War

Constructivism better captures the agency states have via its understanding of state identity as a variable constructed in societies and through interstate interactions.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Classical Realism and Migration

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Classical Realism and Migration

Classical realism accommodates diverse human interests, and the resulting self-reflexivity helps to accept life trajectories influenced by cultural or historical factors.

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.

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