Subscribe

Tag

Realism

Page 2 of 3
Are China's Leaders Disciples of Machiavelli?
February 10, 2015

Are China's Leaders Disciples of Machiavelli?

By Jin Kai
A deeper look at Machiavellian thought and how it relates to Chinese leaders' political philosophy.
Vietnam Grounds Its Huey Choppers
January 30, 2015

Vietnam Grounds Its Huey Choppers

By Ankit Panda
Plus, U.S.-India relations roundup, ancient Indian realism, the Corker bill, and more. Weekend links.

Relax, China Won't Challenge US Hegemony
January 14, 2015

Relax, China Won't Challenge US Hegemony

By Dingding Chen
The US should believe Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang's words: China will not seek hegemony.

Finding Allies for China
October 16, 2014

Finding Allies for China

By Asyura Salleh
China needs to build more alliances to challenge the U.S. in the Asia-Pacific.

When Is Great Power War Likely?
August 26, 2014

When Is Great Power War Likely?

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss great power war with Alex Ward of The Atlantic Council.
D-Day Validates Realism
June 06, 2014

D-Day Validates Realism

By Zachary Keck
U.S. WWII policy in general, and the landing at Normandy in particular, were based on realist logic.

Russia in Crimea: When States Act Out of Insecurity
March 15, 2014

Russia in Crimea: When States Act Out of Insecurity

By Ankit Panda
Did Western policymakers in Ukraine forget that security is often the greatest foreign policy motivator?
Only Realists Spread Democracy
March 07, 2014

Only Realists Spread Democracy

By Zachary Keck
History leaves no doubt that realists have been the most successful foreign policy faction in exporting democracy.

Stephen Walt is Not Obama’s George Kennan
February 10, 2014

Stephen Walt is Not Obama’s George Kennan

By Zachary Keck
Commonsense and U.S. precedent are the architects of Obama’s Middle East foreign policy.

Slouching Toward Offshore Balancing
February 09, 2014

Slouching Toward Offshore Balancing

By James R. Holmes
With America facing fiscal constraints, are lawmakers are absentmindedly adopting offshore balancing?

The Realpolitik of the American People
September 14, 2013

The Realpolitik of the American People

Many say the American public can only support a liberal foreign policy. That may only be true of US elites.

Putin’s Russia: The Pretend Great Power
August 30, 2013

Putin’s Russia: The Pretend Great Power

Putin has tried to portray Russia as having re-emerged as a great power. As Syria reveals, this is a façade.

Page 2 of 3