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Neorealism and Its Critics


Neorealism is the school of international relations that emphasizes the role of inter-state power struggles in world affairs.This volume features ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000

It is nice to read the critics.

by KCcolorado on Aug 16, 2007

The book is well edited by Robert Keohane and is a must read for International Relations majors and graduate students. Cox and Ashley display their thought from the early stages of critical theory development. I would highly recommend the book for those taking courses that are based on classical realism and seem to have flushed Neo-realism down the memory hole. Kenneth Waltz and Robert Gilpin are very important for international relations development for the 21st century. See Mearsheimer (The Tragedy of Great Power Politics) an outline of offensive realism, because it looks a lot like the Bush administration and Neo-conservative thought post 9/11.

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