Post-structuralism (international relations)
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Post-structuralism in international relations theory is a theory of international relations which claims that "Every understanding of international politics depends upon abstraction, representation and interpretation". Scholars associated with post-structuralism in international relations include Richard K. Ashley, James Der Derian, Michael J. Shapiro, R.B.J. Walker, and Lene Hansen.
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