Stirk, P. M. R. (2005) 'John H. Herz : realism and the fragility of the international order.', Review of international studies., 31 (2). 285-306.
John H. Herz is a significant, but comparatively neglected, figure in the development of International Relations (IR) as a discipline. Although he contributed to the emergence of realism as the dominant approach to international relations in the United States, his thought is characterised by an insight into the fragility of the international order and the state which stands in marked contrast to the emphasis upon durability and persistence evident in recent surveys of a self-avowed American realism.
|Keywords:||International relations, United States, America, State.|
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|Publisher statement:||This paper has been published by Cambridge University Press in "Review of international studies" (31:2 (2005) 285-306). http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=299226 Copyright © 2005 British International Studies Association|
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|Date deposited:||11 February 2010|
|Date of first online publication:||April 2005|
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