Relevance and Importance of Nation-State Actors in International Relations


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Relevance and Importance of Nation-State Actors in International Relations
For many years, international relations theorists, especially those in the realist school, have emphasized the important role of states and their interactions in the international system. Such schools of thought, therefore, de-emphasize the role that non-state actors play in shaping the global interaction and discourse. In more recent years, however, regionalism and international integration such as the European Union are raising the question of whether the state is less relevant now and can continue to play an important role as these new dynamics unfold. Despite such questions and assertions, however, a closer analysis of the facts reveals that the realist position...
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