Author name: Simon Chkuaseli

Exploring Hans Morgenthau’s Six Principles of Political Realism

Hans Morgenthau, a towering figure in international relations theory, laid the foundation for political realism through his seminal work “Politics Among Nations.” Within this framework, he established six core principles that offer a distinct lens for understanding the intricate dance of power on the global stage. Today, we embark on a journey to dissect these […]

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The Security Dilemma 

The security dilemma is a complex situation in international relations where actions taken by a state to improve its own security can unintentionally endanger the security of others. This creates a paradox: efforts to be safer can actually make everyone worse off. The concept aligns closely with the “security dilemma,” coined by political scientist John

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Henry Kissinger: Navigating Complexity, Triumphs, and Intellectual Legacy in Global Diplomacy

Beneath the glittering facade of academic accolades and diplomatic triumph lies a complex figure: Henry Kissinger. This exploration transcends mere praise, delving into the multifaceted legacy of the man who navigated the turbulent waters of 20th-century international relations. Kissinger’s journey is a testament to human resilience. Forced to flee Nazi Germany, he arrived in America

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Understanding Political Marketing: Shaping Opinions in Politics

 Political marketing is the application of marketing principles and techniques to the field of politics. It involves using strategies from the commercial world, such as advertising, branding, and public relations, to promote political candidates, parties, and ideas. The main goals of political marketing are to: Increase awareness and visibility of a candidate or party Shape public

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