Episode #7: Realism in International Relations

April 3, 2023

In the seventh episode of the Political Science Podcast, Višeslav Raos spoke with philosopher and theoretician of international relations Stipe Buzar, associate professor at Libertas International University. Together with Petar Popović and Damir Mladić Buzar is the co-author of the book Finis Africae. Its title connotes the unexplored and unknown, but also the potentially dangerous, like the forbidden part of the library in Eco's The Name of the Rose. Here, it refers to the realist perspective applied to the analysis of the challenges to global governance. In this episode, Buzar, who flirts with identifying himself as a classical realist, talks about the Second Gulf War, global inequality and poverty, as well as development aid policies, migration policies and Croatian foreign policy with regards to the war in Ukraine. If Croatia cannot be a great power, can it at least be a small power? You can find out by tuning into this conversation.

You can listen to the episode on the CPSA YouTube channel or on Spotify:

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