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These thinkers do not have a great deal in common, save for two important intellectual commitments; all desire to understand International Relations not as a free-standing discourse with its own terms of reference, but rather as one manifestation of a much broader movement in social thought, and all hold that theory must unsettle established categories and disconcert the reader.
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Five broken cameras [Video DVD ]: Between mid and mid Stalin acted upon this belief, appeasing Hitler by helping him to pursue his war against Britain and France. Detta barn skall leva: Stress on interests conveys two notions, first that states have interests, second that state interests dominate state behaviour. Everyone acknowledges that there are a myriad of ways in which the peoples of one country might relate to the peoples of another, a great number of cross-border transactions, movements of money, people, goods and information, but the conventional assumption is, first, that the relations that really matter are inter-state relations and, second, that the state regulates, or could regulate if it wished, all these other relations. Morgenthau obviously thinks of it as descriptive and explanatory ± describing how the world is, explaining how it works; but there are also clear prescriptive elements here ± he is telling statesmen how they should behave, what they should do.