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Author
Czaputowicz Jacek
Title
Paradygmat realistyczny w stosunkach międzynarodowych
Source
Sprawy Międzynarodowe, 2004, nr 3, s. 102-123
Keyword
Stosunki międzynarodowe, Analiza porównawcza, Nauki społeczne
International relations, Comparative analysis, Social sciences
Note
Zawiera tabele: Tab.1 "Nurty w ramach realizmy", Tab.2 "Porównanie realizmu strukturalnego i klasycznego", Tab.3 "Porównanie realizmu strukturalnego i postklasycznego", Tab.4 "Polityka amerykańska wobec państw status quo i państw niezdecydowanych".
Abstract
Artykuł jest przeglądem koncepcji realizmu w stosunkach międzynarodowych: typologią nurtów realizmu, neorealizmem, porównaniem realizmu strukturalnego i tradycyjnego, realizmem postklasycznym, realizmem zależnym i teorią równowagi zagrożenia, realizmem defensywnym i ofensywnym.
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0038-853X
Language
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