Politics Among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace

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Knopf, 1985 - International relations - 688 pages
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For more than four decades, "Politics Among Nations," has been considered by many to be the premiere text in international politics. This brief edition--edited by Professor Morgenthau's former research assistant--features the same themes, including national interest and power, that are commonplace among practitioners of foreign policy.

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User Review  - Andrew Hard - Goodreads

An interesting explanation of the Realist school of thought in international relations. The text has a classical style, and many of the ideas are frequently reiterated. As someone who struggles to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Clif - Goodreads

Can a textbook be good reading? YES! This book has been used for centuries, well for decades anyway, as a college text. I checked at Amazon and, typical of textbooks, even used copies are pricey ... Read full review

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The Science of International Politics
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PART
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Policy of the Status Quo
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Director of Public Affairs at the Miller Center of Public Affairs in Charlottesville, VA

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