THE DWINDLING MARGIN FOR ERROR: THE REALIST PERSPECTIVE ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND GLOBAL WARMING

Author: 

Paul L. Joffe

The young professor arrived in the United States in 1937, a refugee from the rise of Nazism in Germany and civil war in Spain. After teaching in Brooklyn and Kansas City, he moved to the University of Chicago in 1943. In 1948 he published his book about power politics that brought him lasting prominence and established what became known as the realist school of international relations. But there was irony in his accomplishment. View More