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But one guiding star, one standard for thought, one rule for action: the national interest" (1951, p. 242). As the discipline of political science gave increasing emphasis to scientific explanation, another group of analysts joined the objectivists in converging upon the national interest as an analytic concept. Concerned less with evaluating the worth of foreign policies and more with explaining why nations do what they do when they engage in international action, this group found the national interest attractive as a possible means of probing the sources of foreign policy.
Interest is the perennial standard by which political action must be judged and directed," Morgenthau wrote ( 1954, p. 9), emphasizing that, therefore, the "objectives of a foreign policy must be defined in terms of the national interest" (p. 528). And exactly what constitutes the interest of a nation? Morgenthau recognized that "the kind of interest determining political action in a particular period of history depends upon the political and cultural context within which foreign policy is formulated" (p.
International encyclopedia of the social sciences volume 11 by edited by David L. Sills