Surname 1NameInstructorTaskDateISISRealism in international relations is some of the methods of international relations and is globally upheld as a worldview. Realist philosophers contend that policies need to be viewed as they presently exist and not the perception of how the world ought to be. Considering the political structures, or more particularly the international organization the realists ideas are basedon how the international affairs work centered upon the ideas of influence and safety. The realistslargely focus their thoughts on the realist presumption of human conduct (Saul 1). Realism is based on the belief that the way humanly behaves is frequently related to fears regarding ego andindividual desires, and more precisely, the existence of evil people. The biggest problem facing the United States currently is the extremists group, ISIS. The radicals are rapidly developing and greatly gaining property in the East by killing and robbing innocent people. They spread their intention that they are at war with the United States and other world organizations. Their growing influence is a significant threat to the entire world. Realists would perceive ISIS as a danger since it is attaining power and influence, and their intentions are inhuman. Observing influence comparatively, in contrast to other nations, a Realist would perceive the extremist group attaining influence as subverting the power of the world. Their safety that in a Realist intellect entails physical survival is the insecurity of the entire world. Realist work in self-aid, therefore, to exert control and supremacy over the extremist group and safeguard the world, they world leaders need to attack ISIS first (Tucker 8).