About: Explaining his theory of 'offensive realism,' the University of Chicago professor of political science discusses the methods used by states to ensure their survival through military strength and regional dominance.
About: Presents the author's theory of 'offensive realism,' declaring the post-Cold War visions of international peace and prosperity unrealistic and explaining how great power politics force states to seek dominance at one another's expense.
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