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Unformatted text preview: arming states national security declines as their arms increases. Neo-Realism (Structural Realism) Cooperation, Peace, and Stability Barriers to international cooperation result from the insecurity that the ruthlessly competitive system of anarchy breeds. Balance of Power The theory that peace and stability are most likely to maintained when military power is distributed to prevent a single hegemon or bloc from controlling the world. Neo-Realism (Structural Realism)...
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