U.S. Approach to North Korea at the Six-Party Talks Theories

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U.S. Approach to North Korea at the Six-Party Talks Theories
Neorealism
Classical realism sometimes called political realism is a theory of international relations that was put forward by Hans Morgenthau in the mid twentieth Century after the Second World War (Randall, 6). The theory presupposes that man's actions are unpredictable and cannot be subjected to general laws (Randall 7). Decisions cannot be foreseen or calculated (cite). The theory is based upon six principles that focus on the inherent nature of the human being (Randall 8).
Neorealism
is an extension of classical realism (Randall 9). Despite having some similarities to classical realism,
neorealism
shifts attention from the nature of man and instead focuses on constraints...
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.....omprehensive references as sources.
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