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Rebecca Grant back with us tonight, national security and military analyst and international relations expert.
The president is a realist who believes that international relations are both highly competitive and zero-sum.
About a dozen of the book’s 250 pages are devoted to Markle’s time studying theater and international relations at Northwestern from 1999 to 2003 — though not much new information is revealed.
His interests and pleasures included family, international relations, travel, art, and his home in Canton.
But tragically, Syrians have been subjected to horrors throughout their country’s seven-year civil war, and in the world of international relations, the nature of the chemical weapons allegedly used by Bashar al-Assad’s forces last weekend matters.
Albright became a professor, too, teaching international relations at Georgetown University.
Chad Lawhorn studied international relations, and his brother, political science.
The ambassador, also a regular Fox News presence, has been a polarizing public figure in American international relations for more than a decade, and behind the scenes for even longer.
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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of international relations for English Language Learners
: an area of study or knowledge concerned with relations between different countries
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