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We shall see that the intenationale status of security and strategic studies is open to changes, depending on the points of view shared by various researchers.

Manual de Relatii Internationale by Andrei Miroiu, Radu-Sebastian Ungureanu (ed.)

By comparison, the discussions about testing, verification, balancing or bandwagoning are means, part of the search to identify how the much valued stability can be maintained. Here, Waltz raised a number of issues for its readers, especially regarding how the system internafionale influencing the behavior of units, if balancing is not an explanation of foreign policy, but a result of a recurrent general tendency.

That mirliu mean talking implicitly about units, identities, as the way self relates to the other, but already we would not be at the structural level. Mihai Zodian rated it really liked it Nov 22, Strategic studies were interested, traditionally in the efficiency of anderi in realizing political goals, which meant research subject as nuclear deterrence and limited wars and were profoundly influenced by the American academic and political environment Anamaria Alina added it Nov 08, Both the goals and the fundamental suggestions were inspired more by philosophy than brute, neutral research.

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It has been said that each time, we read a different book At that time, as we have seen, IR was dominated by the pessimistic realism, mainly represented by Hans Morgenthau, who face criticism appeal to human nature, under the impact of behaviorism and of the works of authors such as John Herz who have questioned the limits of interpretation focused on the struggle for power A neutral, typical positivist does not have this type of dilemmas to solve. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.


Robert Dahl’s conceptualization of power does not equate it with success, but refers to changes in behavior. There is a universal tension between the desire for power and morality, which, nevertheless, may be moderated by the preference for the lesser evil, political and moral rationality, besides the practical mentality highlighted by Guzzini following into Oakeshott’s footsteps Thus, for the editor, security is a concept whose meaning is influenced by political disputes, a typical idea for critical theories, but not only to them For the authors, there is a recurrent tendency of interest and neglect in strategic issues, which is determined by current events In his search for a satisfactory answer, Kenneth Waltz was inspired by Thucydides, Machiavelli, game theory, and especially the deer game deer evoked by Rousseau.

But, it seems that, on the contrary, the second work presupposes and develops the earlier interpretation, being based on a concept of a fragile modernity and of limits of knowledge, while survival is minimal requirement, analogous to Rousseau’s self-love, which becomes important in certain conditions polarity, accumulation of powerwhen the security dilemma worsens. By doing this, Waltz believed that experience does not show us which facts are important, or the links between events Consequently, Waltz distinguished between laws, seen as statements intended to establish relationships and theories After the Cold War, especially in the EU, an attempt to develop an alternative paradigm, which put more value on civilian aspects of security7.

They isolate areas; select some items, combine them, and idealizes them with the hope that, eventually, they will be submitted to verification, reformulation or restriction First, the international structure induces a tendency to balance, which must override the alternative phenomena, such as bandwagoning or buck-passing.


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Human nature is not necessarily an individualistic concept, though. Conclusions The purpose of this paper was to review the security studies literature, while pointing out the growing pluralism of this domain. The characteristics of the international system are stimulating the selfish behavior and short-term calculations, contrary to the potential common interest, Waltz had argued. They argue that strategic studies started, afteras a result of bipolarity and nuclear problematic, involving civilian researchers like Bernard Brodie or Thomas Schelling in debating the themes related to internatiinale use of military force Meanwhile, we should be wary repatii exaggerating the relationships between these two aspects, since differences remain.

The subject grew in importance after the economic crisis starting in and became fundamental in the recent context of the conflict in Ukraine. Buzan and Hansen offered a balanced view regarding the broadening of security process, by pointing out the divergence into two pathways.

Resource allocation and capabilities generation in Security Studies.

For the Genevan philosopher, people are good and innocent by nature, but the interactions and society have changed them dramatically. The following parts of this article are discussing Waltz’s major works. Beyond paradigms In the often used kuhnian terms, the social sciences, including the strategic and security studies are strongly influenced by paradigmatic changes, more precisely, by the ones regarding fundamental assumptions and mental structures on which research is based, defining how we see the problems, what concepts are we using and what methods we prefer 4.

The next part is dedicated to the structuralist change.