Considering the diversity of international politics, comprehending why and how different things happen has been a nightmare for many people. Challenges of gender inequality, competition for power and choice for good leadership have contributed to political changes. Marxism, feminism and constructivism have been at the forefront in helping understand this confusion. Feminism is a school of thought look at international politics as a contest between male and female genders. According to the ideology, the dominance of men in the field of politics has done more harm than good. Based on feminism, conceptions of masculinity have shaped state identity, security and foreign identity leaving out women. Feminism, therefore, champions for empowering women for greater results. Constructivism is a dominant discourse that regards things as naturally streamlined from a historical and social perspective. According to the theory, the international politics has inevitable consequences not dependent on material forces. The optimistic view gives attention to identities, goals, threats, and fears to understand the evolution of aspects like military affairs. Based on the other wars in Syria, Egypt as well as Middle East are not by chance but constructed. Last but importantly, Marxist approach gives more weight to economic and material aspects of development. In the United States; however, political influence out way economic comprehension. According to Marxism, economic theories determine the political status quo.