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international relations

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinternational relationsˌinternational reˈlations noun [plural]  the political relationships between countries, or the study of this
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international relationsThe more recent Structuralist perspective looks at international relations from the perspective of the less-developed nations.Even as U.S. soccer franchises seek friendlier confines, the sport itself is being credited with helping international relations.Not surprisingly, a counter-attack has come from those who believe that the state is still the dominant actor in international relations.In the crucial areas of international relations the state still dominates and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.The character of international relations was now broadening and their essential nature altering.The main concern of the chapters on international relations is with facts revealing the changes of states' attitudes.
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