Stability Under International Anarchy

Peer reviewed: 
Yes, item is peer reviewed.
Scholarly level: 
Graduate student (Masters)
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Nankobe, V. M. (2021). Stability Under International Anarchy. Global Scientific Jouranls, 9(8), 805-849. https://www.globalscientificjournal.com/journal_volume9_issue8_August_2021_edition_p3.html

Date created: 
2021-08-01
Keywords: 
Realist
Liberal
Constructivist
Anarchy
Stability
Abstract: 

This paper is a clear and concise comparison of the realist, liberal, and constructivist perspectives in international relations (IR). The paper compares the approaches and perspectives of scholars from these three schools of thought to anarchy and the conditions that can increase the possibility of stability to emerge under international anarchy. This paper shows that scholars from the realist, liberal, and constructivist schools of thought in IR offer different approaches and perspectives to anarchy and the conditions that can increase the likelihood of stability to emerge under international anarchy. Also, the paper shows that even within the same school of thought, there are contrasting positions on the conditions that can increase the likelihood of stability to emerge under anarchy.

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Article
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