This video specifically looks at anarchy and the security dilemma in international relations.
So here we go! classical approaches to the study of
international relations posit that the international system is defined above
all by anarchy.
The simplest answer is no one. Because states are sovereign, no higher
authority with the capacity to enforce its decisions exists. States are thus
often said to exist in a "self-help environment," meaning they must find ways
to enforce agreements they entered into themselves.
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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