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Neorealismen och mänskliga rättigheter

Söderlund, Linus LU (2011) MRSG20 20111
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
During the Cold War days, neo-realism was strong with its claim that foreign policy only could be characterized by self-interest and power-maximizing. The theory was dominating the field of international relations theory during the war's most intense days. However, new elements seem to have appeared thrown into the international politics since the dismantling of Berlin Wall. So, will neo-realism argument still be applicable in an era of flourished international human rights work? This essay will dust the old neo-realism books and see if they are still valid and up to date.
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author
Söderlund, Linus LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSG20 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Neorealism, Human Rights, mänskliga rättigheter
language
Swedish
id
2064416
date added to LUP
2011-09-30 10:02:38
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2014-09-04 08:27:53
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  abstract     = {During the Cold War days, neo-realism was strong with its claim that foreign policy only could be characterized by self-interest and power-maximizing. The theory was dominating the field of international relations theory during the war's most intense days. However, new elements seem to have appeared thrown into the international politics since the dismantling of Berlin Wall.  So, will neo-realism argument still be applicable in an era of flourished international human rights work? This essay will dust the old neo-realism books and see if they are still valid and up to date.},
  author       = {Söderlund, Linus},
  keyword      = {Neorealism,Human Rights,mänskliga rättigheter},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Neorealismen och mänskliga rättigheter},
  year         = {2011},
}