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Politics Among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace

By Hans J. Morgenthau

Morgenthau seeks to improve a finished idea of overseas politics, which he phrases political realism. not like idealism (which assumes the “essential goodness and limitless malleability of human nature and the power of politics to stay as much as ethical standards), realism assumes that the realm consists of opposing pursuits and clash between them is inevitable. Realism is essentially keen on energy instead of morality or fabric pursuits. Morgenthau contains powerful assumptions approximately human nature – people aren't certainly solid and clash is the normal end result of the quest for strength, now not of confusion.

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