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Hamilton’s Thoughts On International Politics And Diplomacy

XU Shang-ping(School of History,Wuhan University,Wuhan,Hubei,430072,China)  
Hamilton,in accordance with the theory that human nature is evil,believes Hobbes’s anarchy is the basic characteristic of international society; accepts and complies with Europe-leading principles of international relations; He considers international relations as the struggle for power and interests among nations and excludes the ethical principles,such as morality and obligation advocated by the idealist.On the basis of the above interpretation,Hamilton holds the opinion that America should seek for it’s own power and interests to make it become an empire as strong as the British and France empire.Hamilton’s thoughts,the origin of American realistic diplomatic tradition,have greatly influenced American diplomacy.Hamilton’s thoughts,to a certain degree,also mixes together with American Exeptionalism and idea of Mission,which is different from European realism.
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