To top it, all off, the strategy in place, advocated more power seeking opportunities for the super power in that decade (Morgenthau & Kenneth 44).
Noting the tactic used by the administration of Bush after the nine eleven attacks (Morgenthau & Kenneth 85). The tactic explains that instead of using a responsive strategy the administration used an offensive strategy that reaps from the Taliban attack in different ways that influence their hold on Afghanistan economically. The strategy used by the Bush doctrine was the liberal democracy that considered domestic factors as well as systemic ones that secure neo-dominance over the economic sector.
To conclude the neoclassical realism theory, it is imperative to identify that the statesmen considered international imperatives, in the manner, that it affected the strategic nature of the decisions made, based on assessed threats and strategies that remain strategically viable in the response to the threat. The made consideration and the intervention play the role of the state in neo-classical school of foreign dogma theories.
International politics theory gives a priori point of view that purposefully unrelated to reality intends on bringing order in the politics of the world in a phenomenal strategy. The theory explains how the politics of the past relate to the modern politics and the nature in which it affects the society and politics. The school views the system as one with system and balances.
For the analysis of this school of politics, there is need to understand how it interprets the system. Realism views and defines politics as a society and that it stays governed objectively. The interests of a nation remain defined by its power; therefore, politics is autonomous from other spheres of the economy. But it works in sync with all the other spheres.
The interest of a statesman defines the whole nation and