Quiz 2: Corrections
False: What distinguishes classical from neoclassical (structural) realists is their different emphasis on
power distributions (neorealist) vs. the character of leaders (stressed by the classical realists).
(Correct Answer: False). The continuing division between North and South Korea is a consequence not of
the competition between the four great powers involved in the region, but due to North Koreas
When the Japanese surre
Quiz 3 Make up
False: Realism is a way of thinking, is actually not widely shared among policy makers, and is
decreasingly considered a scientific theory.
Machiavellis recommendation to evaluate a states policy alternatives may be interpreted as
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W hy socialism failed: Toward a theory of system breakdown - Causes of disintegration of East European state socialism
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I n 1942 Schumpeter wrote Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy.
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