Kenneth Waltz, one of the classics of international relations theory, died on May 13th, 2013 at age 88. He was the founder of neorealism and has published numerous seminal works in the field of IR and security studies.
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If we are to have peace, we must learn loyalty to a larger group. And before we can learn loyalty, the thing to which we are to be loyal must be created.
"Man, the State and War" (1954) Chapter III, Some Implications Of The First Image, p. 69
Asking who won a given war, someone has said, is like asking who won the San Francisco earthquake.
"Man, the State and War" (1954) Chapter I, Introduction, p. 1
It is not true that were the Soviet Union to disappear the remaining states could easily live in peace.
"Man, the State and War" (1954) Chapter VIII, Conclusion, p. 230
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