Progressive Perspectives: the English School

  • Scott Burchill


The realist tradition in international politics paints the world as inherently conflictual and resistant to change, a place in which moral principles do not significantly influence state behaviour and where there is clear distinction between domestic and international politics. Cosmopolitan and more radical approaches imagine a world where progress and change are possible and necessary, in which the gap between the domestic and international is closed and where shared moral principles play an important role in governing international behaviour.


International Society Foreign Policy International Relation National Interest International Politics 
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© Scott Burchill 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Scott Burchill
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  1. 1.Deakin UniversityAustralia

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