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The ‘shifting’ nature of theory in international relations: why the future of the discipline is its Waltzian past
(University of the Free State, 2014)
Within the discipline of International Relations (IR), ‘new’ conceptions of theory, specifically those subscribing to, on the one hand, an inductivist and empiricist conception of theory, and, on the other hand, a ...
International politics in an era of democratic peace: the enduring quality of Waltzian structural realism
(University of the Free State, 2017-01)
English: International politics continue to be marked (or, more properly) marred by debilitating continuities. Across time and space, and against the vogue of inside-out explanations of international politics (with democratic ...
Beyond mono-theoretical approaches: realism, liberalism and the explanatory crisis in the democratic peace theory
(University of the Free State, 2011-01-03)
Theoretical accounts in search of explicating the no war phenomenon inherent in the democratic peace proposition continue to permeate the discipline of International Relations (IR) at an imposing rate, giving credence to ...