What arguments can you give from the textbook in favor of the feminist position that international relations today suffers from a male focus on boundaries, i.e., states with borders and national sovereignty?
if you look for the women in international law and policy, you look almost in vain. [ Despite Madeleine Albright's much-heralded presence on the State Department's Seventh Floor during the last half of the Clinton Administration, and Condoleezza Rice's role as Bush's National Security Advisor, the world of international law and foreign policy remains very much a male world. Several years ago, I
served as a senior advisor at the State Department's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor; at State Department meetings, I was almost always one of a handful of women in a room full of men. My female friends at the State Department and the Pentagon today report that women remain scarce once you move beyond secretarial positions. ]
There are no new answers.