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'''Realist''' is an [[international politics]] term which is used to describe an actor whose [[foreign policy]] methods focus on [[political power]], rather than institutions and [[international law]]. A realist prefers policies which keep, increase, or demonstrate their power. In a [[bipolar]] power organization (only two main world powers), this can lead to a [[security dilemma]].
 
'''Realist''' is an [[international politics]] term which is used to describe an actor whose [[foreign policy]] methods focus on [[political power]], rather than institutions and [[international law]]. A realist prefers policies which keep, increase, or demonstrate their power. In a [[bipolar]] power organization (only two main world powers), this can lead to a [[security dilemma]].
  
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Revision as of 14:30, 1 September 2007

Realist is an international politics term which is used to describe an actor whose foreign policy methods focus on political power, rather than institutions and international law. A realist prefers policies which keep, increase, or demonstrate their power. In a bipolar power organization (only two main world powers), this can lead to a security dilemma.