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The Center for International Studies invites you to a discussion of the book Realism and International Relations: A Graphic Turn Toward Scientific Progress, by Patrick James, published recently by Oxford University Press.
Title: "Realism and International Relations:
A Graphic Turn Toward Scientific Progress"
Featured: Patrick James, Dean's Professor of International Relations
Date: Thursday, August 31, 2023, 2–3:30 pm, SOS B40
Moderator: Saori N. Katada, director, Center for International Relations, and professor of international relations
Discussants: Brian Rathbun, professor of international relations, USC;
Luba Levin-Banchik, assistant professor of political science, CSUSB
Book description: Realism is one of the core theories within the field of international relations, and it generally posits a state system characterized by anarchy where states act in what they perceive to be their own self-interests. It is a controversial theory, and it has many opponents. Yet effective debate among realists and those who identify with other schools of thought has diminished dramatically over time. In the book, Patrick James offers scholars a new model that relies on the graphic representation of analytical arguments.
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