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Steve Weber UC Berkeley Four Systemic Perspectives Realism Statist Liberalism Non-Statist Liberalism Idealism
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley Realism The historical context Morgenthau and the end of World War II The experience of Wilsonian idealism
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley Realism as an Analytic Theory Politics is about conflict, and conflict is  governed by objective laws that have their  roots in human nature. The international system is anarchic. States seek to enhance their security by  accumulating power
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley CGB
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley Realism as an Analytic Theory States can be thought of as unitary actors . States, as unitary actors, calculate their  interests in a rational  manner.
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