Feminist IR considers the ways in which international politics impacts and is affected by both men and women and in addition at how the core concepts that are employed within the discipline of IR (e.g. warfare, security, and so forth.) are themselves gendered. Feminist IR has not solely involved itself with the normal focus of IR on states, wars, diplomacy and security, but feminist IR students have additionally emphasised the importance of looking at how gender shapes the current global political economy.
While realism predicts that battle ought to be the norm in international relations, regime theorists say that there is cooperation regardless of anarchy. Often they cite cooperation in trade, human rights and collective security amongst other issues. The mostly cited definition of regimes comes from Stephen Krasner, who defines regimes as “principles, norms, rules, and choice-making procedures around which actor expectations converge in a given issue-space”.
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