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The Tragedy of Great Power Politics

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To John J. Mearsheimer the anarchy of the international system requires states to seek dominance at one another's expense, dooming even peaceful nations to a relentless power struggle. The best survival strategy is to become a regional hegemon and to make sure that no other hegemon emerges elsewhere. He predicts that China will attempt to dominate Asia while the US will be determined to remain the world's sole regional hegemon. The tragedy of great power politics is inescapable.

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John J. Mearsheimer

John J. Mearsheimer

John J. Mearsheimer (* im Dezember 1947 in Brooklyn, New York) ist Professor für Politikwissenschaft an der University of Chicago.



John Mearsheimer gehörte ab 1964 der US Army an und studierte 1966-1970 an der Militärakademie in West Point. Es folgten ein Master-Abschluss im Fach Internationale Beziehungen an der University of Southern California und 1980 die Promotion an der Cornell University.

Seit 1982 ist er an der University of Chicago tätig, seit 1987 als ordentlicher Professor für Politikwissenschaft.

Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter der Theorie des Neorealismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen.




  • (mit Stephen Van Evera): When peace means war, in: The New Republic, 18. Dezember 1995, S. 16-21
  • Back to the future. Instability in Europe after the Cold War; The false promise of International Institutions; A Realist Reply, in: Michael Edward Braun (ed.): Theories of War and Peace, 1998 (ISBN 0-262-52252-7) - Die Beiträge sind auch in der Zeitschrift International Security erschienen.
  • (mit Stephen Walt): Serientäter Saddam die Beweise der Kriegsbefürworter stechen nicht, in: Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik, Jg. 48.2003, S. 296-306


  • Randall L. Schweller, David Priess, A Tale of two Realisms. Expanding the Institutions Debate, in: Mershon International Studies Review, Jg. 41.1997, S. 1-32


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