FEMINIST THEORY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Feminist theory is considered as one of the key theories went into the science of international relations in the eighties of the last century. It was reflected with other theories under the name of critical theory or post-positivist theories. With the passage of more than three decades and since its entry into the study of international relations, feminist theory remains one of the most important axes of controversy among the positivist and critical currents. Some consider it an outsider with knowledge of security, defense, war and diplomacy, while others see in feminist theory a major contribution because it sheds light on certain issues in the study of international relations. The essential one is the role of women, their reality and their position on issues that are studied and contribute to feminist theory with what its studies presented made a great contribution to developing the science of international relations and adding an important aspect to the issue of gender. As a social concept, it is also included in the concept of power relationship in international relations.