The End of Strategic Studies in International Relations

As the international strategic framework changed with the end of the Soviet Union, strategic studies are becoming less and less relevant to the world today. It is biased on its idea that force is the only universal remedy for solving disputes in international society. Strategic studies are conflict-oriented and are too narrow to see the world. Its conflict orientation is dangerous to both the international community and human society. Its false prediction of international security problems has resulted in the failure of its theoretical assumptions hence the need for the introduction of a new approach based on an interdisciplinary study that entails the integration of security studies and peace studies to prevent conflict. 

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