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Can states achieve cooperation in the international system?
Résumé de l'exposé
Considered as utopian by some, or as the main purpose of statehood by others, cooperation has always been one of the most controversial issues in international relations. It has been discussed by the two dominant theories, realism and liberalism, and seems to be the point where scholars and theorists seem to disagree the most. According to realist thinkers, the state is the reflection of the human being and hence is selfish. Moreover, the international system is anarchical. Thus, roughly they think that cooperation between states is impossible. On the other hand, liberalism is considered as optimistic (Clark states that liberalism is 'the tradition of optimism'), and therefore liberal thinkers easily imagine and dream of cooperation.
Basing ourselves on those two main theories, we will first examine them and try to reconcile them through the new theory emerging in world politics: neo-liberalism. Finally, we will analyse why cooperation between states could become mandatory in today's changing world order
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