• Role of Identity in International Relations Case Study: Russia-Estonia Relations and Role of Russian Speaking Minority in Estonia
    Allahshukur Seyidov Baltic Sea Region Studies ROLE OF IDENTITY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CASE STUDY: RUSSIA-ESTONIA RELATIONS AND ROLE OF RUSSIAN SPEAKINING MINORITY IN ESTONIA INTRODUCTION The concept of material issues is no longer dominating in the international relations. Non materia...
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  • What Role Does International Relations Play in the Shaping, Defining, or Legitimating of Masculinity or Masculinities?
    “There may be numerous ways in which international relations are implicated in the construction of masculinities and masculine identities; through the direct disciplining of male bodies, through numerous political and institutional practices, and through broader cultural and ideological links.”...
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  • Theories of International Relations
    Theories of International Relations* Ole R. Holsti Universities and professional associations usually are organized in ways that tend to separate scholars in adjoining disciplines and perhaps even to promote stereotypes of each other and their scholarly endeavors. The seemingly natural areas o...
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  • International Relations : a Distinct Discipline.
    The question of whether International Relations is a distinct discipline has been a matter of consistent controversy. However, any field of study needs to fulfill certain criteria in order to be classified as a distinct academic discipline. Accordingly, I believe, that International Relations is ind...
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  • ‘If Everyone Spoke One Language, English for Example, It Would Lead to Better International Relations.’
    An Essay One globe but almost 200 countries on it and about 6000-7000 foreign languages. Why do people need so many languages? Is it a human aspiration of distinguishing from the others? Wouldn’t it be better and easier if there was just one code of communication common for everyone? My answer...
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  • International Relations
    First Semester - Updated through November 9, 2010 – End of 1st Quarter International Relations Lesson Plan for Week of September 7, 2010 Dr. Ericson Day 1 Objective: To discuss course expectations and requirements Handout: Syllabus, Study Guide for Chapter 1 (see below) Homework...
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  • International Relations According to the Philosophers
    Abstract The purpose of this research paper is to introduce the field of IR, its relevance with history, to organize in a logical way what is known and theorized about IR. This paper creates a general understanding of what history is, what is international relations, the importance of philosophers,...
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  • Q: Compare and Assess the Three Alternative Theoretical Approaches to International Relations in Terms of Their Ability to Explain Outcomes in the Issue Area of International Trade.
    A: The three theoretical approaches of realism, institutionalism and state society have been the corner stone of our comprehension of international relations to date. They offer us an otherwise unknown insight into some of the key issue areas of international relations including the ever relevant an...
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  • Introduction to International Relations
    Introduction: Conflicts among the states are to resolve to ensure peace and security in the world, because only the conflicts are responsible for the disturbance, chaos, and quarrels among the states in an international environment. The whole world is faced with conflict and vi...
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  • Critical Peace Studies and International Relations
    Course Title: Critical Peace Studies and International Relations Program: MA in Inter-Asia NGO Studies Extra Judicial Acts in Indo-Bangla Border Submitted To Professor LEE Daehoon Francis Lecturer SungKongHoe University Submitted By Parvin Akhter Student ID: 20111607 SungKongHoe Univer...
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  • International Relations
    <REALISM> FOR * Realism instills a pragmatic appreciation of the role of power but also warns that states will suffer if they overreach. (One world, rival theories) * 너무 비관적? → it is not a theory of despair. Clearsighted states can mitigate the causes of war by finding way...
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  • The Demise of Traditional Deplomacy and the Rise of Media in International Relations.
    International relations deals with the way that different countries/ communities communicates interact with others for the purpose of minimizing conflict and promoting good relations among different people (Chinyanganyu etal ,2010). The upsurge of media technology has generated a critical role for...
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  • International Relations
    Chapter 1 The Globalization of International Relations Globalization, International, and Daily Life * International relations (IR) concerns the relationship among the world’s governments. * In explaining conflicts in IR, the central concept is the collective goods problem. This recur...
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  • International Relations
    Defining IR: The term international relations has been interpreted and defined into two senses – narrow and broad. In the narrow sense it is confined to the study of “official relations conducted by authorized leaders of the state”. By emphasizing official relations, the relations between bu...
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  • The Theories of International Relations
    INTRODUCTION The theories of international relations are the end results of good international relations and system in the world today, most of this theories are not well implemented in most countries which has resulted on conflicts among nations, political instabilities, secessions and all oth...
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  • International Relations’ Theories Realism vs. Liberalism
    Introduction Social humanitarian sciences focus on studying global political processes and the object of its research are social phenomena, which are defined as “international relations” in the world we know. International relations are comprised of many different categories, such as foreign p...
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  • International Relations of Asia
    International Relations Of Asia STRATEGIC GEOMETRY "This is the only region in the world where so many combinations and permutations of two- three and four- and even two plus four or three plus three- power games can be played on the regional chessboard with all their complexities and variations...
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  • Terrorism and Its Effects on International Relations
    Terrorism and its Effects on International Relations Introduction Over the years there have been significant changes in how terrorism is carried out. With the changes in how terrorism is carried out there have also been dramatic changes in how countries counter terrorist attacks. The modificati...
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  • International Relations Theory
    As the orangish-red map on the cover of this volume suggests, the earth—and debates about the earth—have been heating up in recent times. Concerns about global warming are recontextualizing IR Theory and being recontextualized within IR Theory. They recontextualize IR Theory by changing the s...
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  • John Burton and the Study of International Relations
    JOHN BURTON AND THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: AN ASSESSMENT David J. Dunn In this article I want to assess the relationship between, the academic discipline of International Relations, by which I mean a set of issues and a community of scholars, and John Burton. The reasons for such a...
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