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For more than half a century, the realist tradition has been the leading theory in the international political landscape, tracing its origins back to Athenian era. Since then, realism has not only survived assaults from other paradigms, but also showed divisive trend Snyder, Various international relations theorists have attempted to construct a new variant of realism, each using new terminology or adjectives to announce these different branches, while other scholars Brooks, , Rose , Snyder, have constructed a typology of realism. In other words, realism has flourished and gave birth to several new strands. Thus, domestic-level variables have usually been neglected or consigned to a less important explanatory position in this IR theory literature.

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The course aims to introduce the key assumptions of the international relations theory as a part of social science and as an analytic tool, focusing on the problems of war and peace, foreign policy decision-making, etc. The course combines historic approach and analysis of the modern political problems.

The historic part shows the evolution of the international relations theory from being a part of political philosophy to its emergence as a special branch of political science, which is essential to understand the key ideas of the IR science.

The lectures also include broad outline of the modern concepts and debates in the context of the contemporary political problems, such as rise of China and other emerging powers, threat of terrorism, US-Russia confrontation, etc. The lectures of the two outstanding Russian scholars and political analysts — Timofey Bordachev and Dmitry Suslov - cover such fields as the problems of international security and conflict resolution, international economic relations, foreign policy decision-making, global governance, the role of power in the IR.

Do you have technical problems? Write to us: coursera hse. An amazing course. Very well presented, thought through and great overview of the topic. I will most definitely recommend this to anyone interested in the area. It was very insightful, comprehensive, useful and gives all the clues to understand the external politics of every country in its outlines and scopes. The most ancient concept emerges again in the XXI century: with new conflicts, hybrid wars and power struggle between the key states realism seems to be the best to explain international politics.

Does it mean that the mankind never changes and the modern world is not so different from the world of Thucydides? Or the realist theories just adapt themselves to the modern world? Loupe Copy. Neoclassical realism. Understanding International Relations Theory. Enroll for Free. From the lesson. Relevance of realism Neoclassical realism Structural realism after the Cold War Structural realism after the Cold War 2 Taught By.

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Neoclassical realism is an approach to foreign policy analysis. Initially coined by Gideon Rose in a World Politics review article, it is a combination of classical realist and neorealist — particularly defensive realist — theories. Neoclassical realism holds that the actions of a state in the international system can be explained by intervening systemic variables — such as the distribution of power capabilities among states — as well as cognitive variables — such as the perception and misperception of systemic pressures, other states' intentions, or threats — and domestic variables — such as state institutions, elites, and societal actors within society — affecting the power and freedom of action of the decision-makers in foreign policy. While holding true to the realist concept of balance of power , neoclassical realism further adds that states' mistrust and inability to perceive one another accurately, or state leaders' inability to mobilize state power and public support can result in an underexpansion or underbalancing behaviour leading to imbalances within the international system, the rise and fall of great powers, and war:. According to one review study, Neoclassical realism has primarily been criticized for its "apparent ontological and epistemological incoherence".

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The course aims to introduce the key assumptions of the international relations theory as a part of social science and as an analytic tool, focusing on the problems of war and peace, foreign policy decision-making, etc. The course combines historic approach and analysis of the modern political problems. The historic part shows the evolution of the international relations theory from being a part of political philosophy to its emergence as a special branch of political science, which is essential to understand the key ideas of the IR science. The lectures also include broad outline of the modern concepts and debates in the context of the contemporary political problems, such as rise of China and other emerging powers, threat of terrorism, US-Russia confrontation, etc. The lectures of the two outstanding Russian scholars and political analysts — Timofey Bordachev and Dmitry Suslov - cover such fields as the problems of international security and conflict resolution, international economic relations, foreign policy decision-making, global governance, the role of power in the IR. Do you have technical problems? Write to us: coursera hse.

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