Flashcards in 6. Comparitive Theories Deck (7)
Wide school of thought in international relations theory that has a belief that world politics will remain a field of conflict among actors pursuing power.
Wide school of thought in international relations theory that rejects power politics as the sole outcome of international relations and emphasises mutual benefits and co-operation.
Concept that the world system is leaderless: there is no universal sovereign or worldwide government.
Theory that actions by a state intended to increase its security, such as increasing its military strength, can lead to other states responding with similar measures, producing increased tensions that create conflict.
Theory that states and their fortunes are inextricably tied together.
Movement towards political integration of transnational actors aimed at negotiating responses to problems that affect more than one state or region.