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Theory in Action: Realism
Theory in Action: Realism

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As part of the “Theory In Action” video series, we interviewed top International Relation theorists and asked them to explain theory using terms we could understand. In this video, Professor Randall Schweller tells us about Realism and the role of power in international relations.

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Directed & Edited by
Tim Alden Grant

Cinematography by
Adam Hobbs

Ed David

Written by
Zara Elizabeth Crockett
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  1. It always amazes me when theories talks about their understanding, it's almost always based on their perspective of what the western world has done. For example, the civil war that happened in Sudan is rarely ever brought up even though it's still an ongoing conflict, or the relentless proxy wars that was committed just under the guise of ~democracy and ~human rights.
    I'm not trying to focus on one single issue, but it does irk me on how all of these video of theories seems to always be based on a western-leaning perspective.

  2. Realism is anarchy, a system that's underlined by danger, a self-help system. But his claims about restraint in the second half of the video, where the world allows illiberal, dangerous regimes
    (diversity), is not realism. That's a normative claim that isn't at the core of realism, which is mostly descriptive.

  3. So this was about Realism and Idealism in Politcs/International Relations? I was expecting a clearer connection from each subject within Philosophy. And his use of “liberals” has a very unclear use. For a non-American viewer the word doesn’t seem to be used in the States as you would expect it to.

  4. From the way he kept on with the vodka glass joke I knew he was deep down a pessimist.
    Now look into his eyes.
    Anyway: a realist sees the world for what it is, and tries to accept it, embrace it, in a way, to avoid the emotional pain that unrealistic expectations create.

    Remember your last breakup? The things that now look so clear have always been there…you somehow couldn't see them…now you can.

    You got closer to reality. It's not right or wrong, good or bad, it just is.

    A realist looks at all of the things as they express themselves, and compare them to what he's been taught to believe, and realizes they collide.

    He seeks truth. Unbiased.

    In interpersonal dynamics, in life, in the way the world works. That's it.

  5. 3:04 what on Earth are you talking about how can anyone be this deluded about American foreign policy? Every war the US has fought since the cold war has been about human rights? It's about oil! About American interests! Every single one of US modern presidents are war criminals Lol what the fuck.

  6. I adore this man – I sat in his lecture hall at The Ohio State University in complete awe. An amazing thinker, a captivating storyteller, a beautiful writer and a brilliant mind. He is outstanding in his field. I think of him fondly and often. A true gem.


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