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  • 1. Importance of ideology in international relations Stuti Bajpeyee 500022397
  • 2. Ideology: Meaning • Ideology is defined as set of reflects the beliefs, interest, the and aspirations of an individual, or culture. • Ideology constitutes the goals, and actions of a person. ideas which social needs group, class, expectations,
  • 3. Role of Ideology • • • • Provides justification to the acts Directs the behaviour of nation Sometimes an ambiguous term Nation always cover and shape their ideologies on the basis of their national interest • Important for formulating foreign policy
  • 4. • Its necessary to maintain interstate relations in todays world which needs the government to act in a particular manner which is provided by ideology. • It plays a very important role in human behavior and influences international relations .
  • 5. During cold war • The fundamental cause was the difference of ideologies between the West and the East, USA and the USSR in particular • Capitalists • a capitalist economy is based upon private profit and free competition. • Encourages private individual to own business • It emphasized on class based society
  • 6. • Communist • A communist economy is controlled by government • wealth and resources owned by state or the government • State controls the economic activities • classes society
  • 7. Twentieth century • No standard ideology existed and was followed • Its all about ideological conflicts • Liberal democratic- no single ideology, no sanction • Communist- basis in Marxist ideology • Totalitarian- ideas were imposed with sanction
  • 8. Where is ideology today • • • • • Fundamentally transformed society Ideology has lost its relevance Movement politics is replaced by issue politics Replaced totalistic and molecular ideology Whereas, Ideology forms basis of healthy democratic life • Gives direction to act upon and shall be preserved
  • 9. Conclusion • Although now a days ideology has lost its relevance due to undoubted changes in the society but it has got a significant role in formation of foreign policies and establish international relations and hence necessary steps shall be taken to retain and safeguard the concept of the ideology .
  • 10. Bibliography Web sources: • https://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_cold_war_st udies/v001/1.1gould-davies.html • http://legacy.wilsoncenter.org/coldwarfiles/index21865.html • http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/20097622?uid =3738256&uid=2&uid=4&sid=21102774965713 Articles referred: • The debate over ideology • Globalization ideologies

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