The Typologies of Realism

@article{Feng2006TheTO,
  title={The Typologies of Realism},
  author={L. Feng and Zhang Ruizhuang},
  journal={The Chinese Journal of International Politics},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={109-134}
}
  • L. Feng, Zhang Ruizhuang
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • The Chinese Journal of International Politics
  • Much more than a single theory, realism is a school of thought containing numerous related branches. In recent years an outpour of debate and exchange within the realist tradition has captured the attention of scholars. Many scholars have attempted to create schemes classifying the different branches and threads of realist thought that have emerged, while others have introduced a wealth of new terminology. Unfortunately, as a result of these efforts, realist concepts have become obfuscated… CONTINUE READING
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