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Principle actors in International relations States. A state is composed of (a) a defined territory demarcated by specific boundaries, (b) a defined population residing in that territory, (c) an integrated set of institutions that is capable of making and enforcing laws over this population (internal sovereignty), and (d) the recognition by other dates of the sovereignty of
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Unformatted text preview: that state (external sovereignty). Criticism of the Idealist Approach to IR • Empirical Failing: The collapse of the post-WWI world oder invoked criticism of both the content of the approach and of its application • Theoretical Criticism: This approach rests on a number of implicit assumption that are not… • Normative Criticism...
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