Category:International Relations

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International Relations (IR) is a subfield of political science that studies the interactions and relationships between states, non-state actors, and international organizations in the global arena. It covers a wide range of topics, including diplomacy, war and peace, economic cooperation, human rights, environmental protection, and globalization.

One of the central questions in IR is how states interact with each other and how they work to promote their interests in a world of interdependence. IR also studies the ways in which non-state actors, such as multinational corporations, international NGOs, and transnational networks, influence the international system.

IR is shaped by a number of key theoretical perspectives, including realism, liberalism, constructivism, and Marxism, each of which provides a different perspective on the causes and consequences of international relations.

The study of IR is important because it helps to explain and understand the complexities of the international system and the many challenges facing the world today, such as conflict, terrorism, economic instability, and environmental degradation. It also provides a framework for analyzing and making sense of the political, economic, and social forces that shape the world and helps to inform policy-making and international cooperation.

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