Liberalism, realism, international relations, terrorism, security, 9/ 11 in 2001
The International Relations represents the interactions between actors within the international system. Norms and rules exist in international system. The only actors are states and we consider that each actor has its own role. In every state, we need to consider five basic social values which are: security, freedom, order, justice and welfare.
So, we will try to analyse the issue of terrorism and security since 9/11 in 2001 on the international relations. We will first try to have an overview about what is really the 9/11 with the help of an historical review and the differents aftermaths. To in a second time make a critical analyse with the help of the different statement and theory of international relations.
[...] But we can't forget that all the international relations are interacting between the most important country like the G20. So if they feel the terrorism or the insecurity, they will just be replied on themselves and close some of the exchange with the rest of the world. So, by that way we can say that statement have a big part of true. Because we can't forget that the real true doesn't exist even in History. Bibliography www.quid.fr www.wikipedia.com www.lemonde.fr Jean-Michel Lacroix, Histoire des États-Unis, PUF, coll. [...]
[...] SLP 106 : Introduction to International Relations Ms Daniel Barnes Assignment Topic: The issue of terrorism and security has dominated international relations since 9/11 in 2001. Critically analyse this statement by using any theory of international relations Summary Introduction What Happen the 9/11 of 2001? Historical Review The aftermaths II- Critical analyse Liberalism Realism Conclusion Bibliography Introduction The International Relations represents the interactions between actors within the international system. Norms and rules exist in international system. The only actors are states and we consider that each actor has its own role. [...]
[...] To in a second time make a critical analyse with the help of the different statement and theory of international relations. What happen the 9/11 of 2001? Historical review September 11 attacks are four terrorists' attacks that happened the same day in the United States of America by members of Al Qaida. The morning of September nineteen terrorists hijack four planes in order to crash them in very symbolic places of the North-East of United States. Two planes were projected into the twin towers of the World Trade Centre (WTC) in Manhattan in New York, and the third on the Pentagon which is the headquarter of the Defence Department in Washington D.C. [...]
[...] All humans desire security in order to protect their possessions and it is only in the state and by the means of the state that even a small number of security can be found. The state can be seen as an organisation of force for the maintenance of security and possessions and in order to make adequate provision for security, the state must constantly aim to increase its power, (Allen, 1964:481).” So, if we follow the statement of Machiavelli, we are not anymore in a climate of peace and security. [...]
[...] So, even if every conflict is expensive when we are talking about United States (which is the first power of the world) and his way to put insecurity and a climate of fear against terrorism, they don't really look after money. But the other point of Liberalism that we can consider is the theory of “complex interdependence”. In fact United States needs the rest of the world to be first, and the rest of the world need a first to help the others. [...]
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