Labour's idealist roots in IR are existential
Why the tragedy school of geopolitics is mistaken
"When one thinks tragically from the outset," writes Robert Kaplan in his new book The Tragic Mind, "one always fears the future and is therefore aware of one’s limitations, and thus can act with more effectiveness".
Kaplan, a war correspondent turned neo-realist in international relations, took part in a colloquium abo…
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