Dr Robert Schuett, PhD (Durham)
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Robert Schuett is a political theorist, who lives and works in Vienna. As a scholar-practitioner in the field of foreign affairs, he is particularly interested in the Classical approach to the theory of world politics. His influences are Freud, Kelsen, and Morgenthau. He is also a Visiting Fellow in the Political Science department at the University of Salzburg. Above all else, he is a foreign-policy realist.
- Progressive realism
- International Relations theory
- Doing IR Theory (Salzburg)
- Political Realism in International Relations (Salzburg)
- The Theory-Practice Gap in International Relations (Salzburg)
- (2021). Hans Kelsen's Political Realism. Edinburgh UP.
- (2010). Political Realism, Freud, and Human Nature in International Relations. New York: Palgrave Macmillan US.
- Schuett, R (2020). Kelsen: Biography of a Jurist, by T. Olechowski. Austrian J of Political Science 49(3).
- Schuett, R (2012). Chasing Morgenthau, or: What Is Political Realism? International Studies Rev 14(1).
Chapter in book
- Schuett, R (2018). Hans Kelsen. In The Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism. Schuett, R & Hollingworth, M. Edinburgh UP. pp 303-316.
- Hollingworth, M & Schuett, R. (2018). Introduction: Political realism, liberal democracy and world politics. In The Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism. Schuett, R & Hollingworth, M. Edinburgh UP. pp 1-8.
- Schuett, R (2015). Open Societies, Cosmopolitanism and the Kelsenian State as a Safeguard against Nationalism. In The Concept of the State in International Relations. Schuett, R & Stirk, PMR. Edinburgh UP. pp 221-243.
- Schuett, R (2009). Political realism, Freud, and human nature in international relations. School of Government and International Affairs. Durham University. PhD: pp 260.
- Schuett, R. & Hollingworth, M (2018). The Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism. Edinburgh UP.
- Schuett, R & Stirk, PMR (2015). The Concept of the State in International Relations. Edinburgh UP.
- Schuett, R (2020). Fear and Freud in Politics: Critical Notes on Mearsheimer's Structural Realism. E-International Relations (Sep 4).
- Schuett, R (2011). Peace through transformation? Political realism and the progressivism of national security. International Relations 25(2): pp 185-203.
- Schuett, R. (2010). Classical realism, Freud and human nature in international relations. History of the Human Sciences 23(2): 21-46.
- Schuett, R (2007). Freudian roots of political realism: the importance of Sigmund Freud to Hans J. Morgenthau's theory of international power politics. History of the Human Sciences 20(4): pp 53-78.
- Schuett, R (2005). Contractarian approaches to legitimacy in normative international relations theory: Hobbes, Rousseau, Kant, and Rawls. School of Government and International Affairs. Durham University. Masters: pp 140.