International Relations

Unlike the general depictions of most domestic politics, international relations are typically viewed as far less institutionalized and rule-governed, though some would argue this may be changing. Consider the causes of state behavior (and the relative influence of such factors as material sources of power,ideology and regime type, norms and rules, and culture and values) as they relate to critical
international phenomena such as the balance of power and the structure of the international system, the persistence of conflict and competition, the emergence and maintenance of cooperation, and the development of international law and order.

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