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2015 | 11 | 25-33
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Making a better world: the femine touch

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My reflections are focused on the issue of women's impact in the realm of international relations and world politics. These dimensions are discussed far too rarely in reference to the role of women and if so, majority of the analyses merely touches upon the surface of this phenomenon. Undeniably, the compexity of contemporary trends and long-term tendencies calls for more research in this area. Perhaps ourselves, the women of academia, we are not aware of the profound impingement of the feminine element on the world of inetrnational affairs. In order to counter these tendencies, the paper ponders three questions in particular: The first one asks how the relational nature of a woman influences the realm of international relations. The second raises the issue of the nature and direction of an evolution observable in the realm of world politics both in the theory and in practise. And finally, basing on obtained answers, I should like to question some possible recommendations for the future.
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11
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25-33
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2015
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The third article from no. 11 UCS.
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Publication order reference
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2299-2367
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-45606a4f-b6dc-4d16-88b6-2644ab4f73c3
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