Keywords : matches


Saif. N. Al-Harmazi

Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences, 2019, Volume 8, Issue issue 31 part 2, Pages 359-394

The game theory in international relations is one of the most important theories in the analysis of international political decision. This theory works to analyze the mechanism and the ability to resolve different conflicts to win them with the lowest possible casualties, after relying on the rules and foundations that give both parties to the game the space to make the appropriate decision in The right time. This is with reference to the fact that it dominates at the corridors of international relations analysts and thinkers, especially with regard to the international system, and the role of this theory in explaining the causes of dynamic contrast in international relations, as such it will answer the research following basic question: Could the game theory explain the international interactions (conflict - competition - cooperation)?The importance of this theory has been increased by the frequency of its use by politicians who are influential players in the international hierarchy who have the power and ability to deflect the path of conflict mobility in to their favor by stimulating scientific approaches to respond to current and future events and to anticipate the performance that can be taken without a database of the opponent player. This is what we search for and shine the spotlight on the problematic issue around an important issue which is that game theory is one of the theories applied by many practicing politicians to help them in decision-making process, but its starting points and foundations differ according to the different players and coaches.As for the research hypothesis that has been adopted, it is the causal hypothesis as follows: ((The more the matches/game theory is adopted in the interpretation of the dynamics of international relations ... the more the ability to anticipate the movement of decision-makers increases and exposes the strengths and weaknesses of the opponent in the international arena)). To solve the problem, to prove the hypothesis and, to achieve the research requirements, we used the inductive approach that focuses on extrapolating the movement of players politicians, raised by the topic of the research, and touching the most important necessities and needs of playing in conflict management, and drawing methods and short paths to resolve the conflict with high profitability.