International Relations Theory and European Integration
The process of European integration began within the political science subfield of international relations
The European Union is a unique model of integration among European national states.
International Relation definitions:
International Relations- concerns interactions among states or at least between members of national executives. In terms of integration, the only questions it is capable of asking are those about whether there should be more or less of it, those about the interaction of national interests in an intergovernmental arena
International Relations are about cross-border transactions or about the development of forms of world society-reflecting the fact there is no real world essence.
Realism and neorealism
The dominant strand of theoretical work in the last 50 years in International Relations Theory was realism. The theory of realism developed as a systematic account of international politics
Neo-realism is a theory of how the structural properties of anarchy provide particular sets of limitations upon possibilities for action in international politics.…
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