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According to Kenneth N. Waltz, what is the ordering principle of the international system?

What is the fundamental feature of politics according to the power-centrism assumption?

What is the core assumption of neorealism/structural realism?

What is the most important human group according to the groupism assumption?

What is the most important principle of liberalism in international relations?

What is the core assumption of egoism according to the power-centrism assumption?

According to the text, which theory of International Relations emphasizes the role of power and self-interest in shaping state behavior in world politics?

According to realist perspectives, how is the international system characterized?

What is the main driving force behind state actions according to realist theories?

What do realists argue about the behavior of states in international relations?

What does realism emphasize the importance of in international relations?

According to the text, which theory is considered the most dominant and influential theory in the study of International Relations?

Which of the following is a key similarity between Marxism and most varieties of feminism?

According to Marxism, what determines human behavior and their relations with each other and their environment?

What does the text suggest about the representation of women in international relations?

According to the text, what is a key aspect of international relations from a Marxist perspective?

What does the text suggest about the relationship between material conditions and human actions?

What is historical materialism according to Marxism?

What does the text suggest about the understanding of international relations from a feminist perspective?

According to liberal international relations theory, what is the primary driver of state behavior?

What does liberalism view people as?

What is the key principle of constructivism in international relations?

What do Marxist and feminist approaches believe is the most significant variable for understanding social reality?

What is the main similarity between Marxism and feminism?

What does realism emphasize in shaping state behavior in world politics?

According to liberal international relations theory, what is the primary driver of state behavior?

According to liberalism, how does it view people?

What does constructivism emphasize in shaping international politics?

According to constructivist theories of international relations, how do actors behave?

What do Marxist and feminist approaches believe the dominant approaches of realism and liberalism ignore?

What is the key principle of liberalism that emphasizes the role of international institutions and cooperation?

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Test your knowledge of liberal international relations theory and its key arguments. Challenge your understanding of state behavior, the role of preferences versus capabilities, and the contrast with realist theories. Explore the concept of liberalism and its implications in international politics.

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