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Constructivism is a theory within International Relations that attempts to illustrate that all concepts in International Relations are socially constructed and therefore capable of being altered by human practice. Constructivism is usually associated with Alexander Wendt, author of Anarchy Is What the States Make of it: The Social Power Politics (1992) and since the late 1980s/early 1990s it has become one of the major schools of thought in the area of International Relations.

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