Offensive realism, as advocated by John Mearsheimer, constitutes an overall and systematic revision and amendment of neo-realism, but its theory about revisionist states has been questioned by important neo-realists, for its analysis of the security system in Northeast Asia overly emphasizes the linear development of history.
The article used the three mainstream international relation theories: Neo-realism, Neo-liberal institutionalism, and Constructivism, from the international power structure, the international system and the international cultural structure, assessing causes and effects of cooperation and conflict between France and Germany.
The author considers that according to the changes of the literary and artistic policies as well as the relations between artists and cultural systems, the images portraying the leaders went to the expression of illustrating policies during the period of the Great Culture Revolution, the "depicting the truth" of neo-realism in the 1980s and the expression from "my view " and the ingratiation from "other view" in the 1990s.
Above of all, the paper briefly introduces the developing sequence of the realism, including classic realism, neorealism or structural realism, and neoclassic realism, offensive realism, and defensive realism.
As a dominant paradigm in international relations theory,realism consists of different branches,classic realism, neorealism ,defensive realism,offensive realism,and neoclassic realism,which embody both the development of realism and the debates and criticism therein.
This research communication will analyze the arguments in the above texts and conclude with a brief discussion and assessment of the richness of neorealism for understanding security and non-security issues in the Third World.
According to neorealism Japan lacks the military power to qualify for hegemony.
Examines French poetic realism, relating it to two other periods of realist film, Italian Neorealism and American film noir.
Elements of the path NATO has taken can be clarified by the assumptions of both neorealism and neoliberal institutionalism.
Fourth, according to neorealism hegemony does not develop incrementally, but has to be founded by deliberate political action.