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Acorn said:So, I have to ask: does the existence of "neo-conservatives" require the creation of "neo-liberals?"
From Duncans World Politics in the 21st Century:
Neoliberalism: A philosophical position that argues that progress in international relations can only be achieved through international cooperation. Cooperation is a dynamic rather than a static process. By focusing on understanding the dynamics of the web of relationships driving the international system, states and other international actors can effectively use the international institutions spawned by the system to promote peace and cooperation
As I understand it, in the Post WWII era, the debate between the two main schools of thought in International Relations, Realism and Idealism spawned neoliberalism. Try this link: