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In a recent article, Professor Daryl Press argues that realism is not a theory but an orientation that focuses on states as the primary actors in international politics. The article provides a synthesis of Press' work on the realist orientation and its implications for the study of international relations.

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Question: What does the realism mean with that states are primary actors in international politics?

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Realism is a perspective in International Relations theory that emphasizes the importance of states as the primary actors in global politics. According to realism, it is states that determine the outcomes of international events and shape the global landscape. In this view, states are seen as rational actors that act in their own self-interest, operate in an environment of anarchy, and seek to maximize their power and security. Therefore, understanding state behavior is seen as essential to understanding international relations.

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March 19, 2023, 11:10 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, March 19, 2023

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