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For the purpose of this essay, I will assess the strengths and weaknesses of Neo-Classical Realism; focusing on the theory’s core assumptions about the International System and how it interacts with units. I will discuss the theory in relation to the international politics of the region, with particular reference to the build up to the Iran-Iraq war. Neo-Classical Realism has updated and systematized certain insights from Classical Realism , as well as incorporated key tenets from other Realist paradigms. For Realists, the International System is anarchic; creating the conditions of self-help and a balance of power, both of which determine state behaviour . Proponents of Neo-Classical Realism contend that it is relative power in particular which determines a state’s foreign policy .
Then, the constructivist position discusses the roles of political actors in placing emphasis on certain security issues to heighten it to a national security concern. For realists, the concept of national security is an effective balancing of external threats. The realist tradition of IR theory is said to have stemmed from th... ... middle of paper ... ...tional Relations Theory: A Social Scientific Assessment, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Morgenthau, H. (1948) Politics among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace, New York: A. A. Knopf.
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It is an objective of the research, which focuses on what you intend to accomplish. The purpose statement of the study would be major component, and direct you to a right direction. Without purpose, you may not be able to research, and accomplish your goal. Problem statement is not an intent of the study, it is about the issues, problems, and challenges that people/society have facing. For example, the purpose of the study can be finding a workable foreign policy regarding international terrorism.