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1. Can the damage done to international relations be repaired?
2. We're entering a new phase in international relations.
3. There have been positive developments in international relations.
4. The agreement marks a new phase in international relations.
5. Historically, sport has been a cohesive force in international relations.
6. Such statements are not in accord with sound international relations.
7. He has a degree in economics and international relations, works for the government, and has travelled abroad.
8. The media tell it whenever they present international relations as a dramatic encounter between world leaders who personify their countries.
9. In the crucial areas of international relations the state still dominates and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
10. The character of international relations was now broadening and their essential nature altering.
11. The subject of International Relations grew out of this intellectual and political setting; and it bore the birthmarks of its origins.
12. If International Relations aspires to be a science, it must be open-minded about what that entails.
13. Subjects within international relations include war, interstate conflict resolution, international law, regional alliances, colonialism, and international organizations.
14. Theories of international relations influence those who decide foreign policy.
15. She will take a two-year M Phil in international relations.
16. The report is bound to add a new irritant to international relations.
17. Gen. de Gaulle sensed that nuclear weapons would fundamentally change the nature of international relations.
18. Even as U.S. soccer franchises seek friendlier confines, the sport itself is being credited with helping international relations.
19. In any case, in focusing on particular states it tended to reinforce the state-centric view of International Relations.
20. On the surface these seem to be very serious objections to the whole enterprise of analysing international relations by means of a general theory.
21. But it did offer a rather different view of international relations[sentencedict.com], based on the two related themes of transnationalism and interdependence.
22. Realism can fairly be called the dominant theory in the history of International Relations.
23. Evidently, the concern for collective security was not to be allowed to interfere with normal international relations.
24. It is squarely in the scientific tradition and is a conscious attempt to apply scientific method to international relations.
25. Other new appointments made in response to the changing balance in international relations between economic and political considerations were less significant.
26. Nicholas had shown a preparedness to use diplomatic means which was to be the main feature of his conduct of international relations.
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27. It lacked the impersonality and regularity of the highly organised machines which conduct present-day international relations.
28. Such a chapter of accidents, however ridiculous in modern eyes, epitomised a genuinely important aspect of international relations.
29. To cope with short-term problems it proposed an emergency programme covering aid, energy, food and international relations over five years.
30. Overall, the crux of this six-point programme is the claim that Realism is a scientific way of thinking about international relations.
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