Unilateralism and Multilateralism in International Relations

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Morgenthau vs. Inis L. Claude:
Unilateralism and Multilateralism in International Relations
“The study of international relations since World War II has been shaped by three paradigms: realism, liberalism and constructivism” (Hoadley, 2008). These paradigms shape the manner in which the governments of world relate on the international stage. Hans Morgenthau, “deservedly recognized as the founder of post-World War II realist theory in international relations” (Kaufmann, 2006) stands at the center of the formation of the paradigm of realism. The realist theory, according to Kaufmann maintains “a single-variable structural explanation for international politics” (2006). This explanation is formed...
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