The Argument for Realism ▪ Realism argues that international politics is motivated by selfish interests. ▪ Nation states have competing interests and each state seeks to achieve own interests (Donnelly 8). ▪ The argument that “Realism fails to explain the complex interdependence between states” is true to the extent that countries corroborate on certain issues such as the fight against interdependence between states” ignores glaring truths about the reasons why countries corroborate with each other. • Interdependence is made possible not because of a genuine desire to help but because it provides state-nations with the means to advance their national economic and political interests. Works Cited Donnelly Jack. Realism and International Relations. New York: Cambridge University Press 2000. Print. [...]
I am going to have a debate on agree with Realism in international relations, and my part is to work on the counterargument of "Realism fails to explain the complex interdependence between states." It is about 1.5 minites speeach, please give me a draft of the presentation based on the theory of Realism. You must to read the attachment for the info about realism.