Diplomacy), by using proactive thought in dealing with the protests demanding reform and change ( Kissinger:2012). Obviously, at this moment these countries are unable to overcome the problems alone, without external help in these regards The United States and other states' roles are assessed and limitations of their actions are also mentioned by the international relations theories, because the degeneration one alliance or the emergence new alliance and coalitions following the collapses of some of these regimes, undoubtedly these lead to an impact on the balance of power in the whole region and inevitably the world ( Katz:2014). 10
This new situation led to the cancellation of several of important agreements. On the other hand a sequence of new agreements, for instance the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty signed in March 1979. Therefore the main actors in the political world tried to preserve the balance of power. It will also lead to a destabilization with the emergence of armed terrorist organizations, militias and civil war will entail. This has already happened, for example the Islamic State in Syria which is cause of international tension nowadays (Michelle & Francesso:2014). Finally, theories are part of the political world; they can never be separated from it. Each of these theories defines the events in a different way. Thus the location of these events will influence which theory they see as most useful. There is a difference in the analysis and interpretation between these theories when we use them in this issue, as these events of the world seen through a wide screen which explains these events on the ground and in reality. This screen is the theory that the politicians, who adopt one of them, use to interpret events and this is what has been dealt with in this research paper. In summary, these theories of international relations have color screens and each of them displays the events in a different color from the other screens. ” Theories are device to explain a world that exists apart from them ” ( Dunne: 2007-P8). ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Word count (without counting cover, table of contents and bibliography): 2991 words Bibliography - Ashley, R. K. (1984), “The poverty of neorealism”, International Organization, 38, pp. 225- 286. 11
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