Realism influences foreign policy of all states.
Nation s declare themselves f or high-sounding ideals and
profess their adherence to lofty moral and legal principles.
However, as history has shown, for survival or advantage,
all nations have learned to adjust their actions to
realities and in that process disregarded ideals, morality
and international law. A realistic foreign policy must, of
necessity,(and by definition) be flexible and able to adapt
to changing conditions.
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.