John H. Herz (born Hans Hermann Herz; September 23, 1908 – December 25, 2005) was an American scholar of international relations and law. He was born in Düsseldorf, Germany. He received a diploma from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva in 1938, fled Europe for the USA and found a temporary position at Princeton University. In 1941 he taught Political Science at Howard University. After World War II he worked as a political analyst for the US State Department - he took part in the US delegation to the Nuremberg trials and also helped draw up a plan for democratizing the occupation zone in Germany.

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  • John H. Herz (deutscher Name bis 1940 Hans Hermann Herz, Pseudonym: Eduard Bristler; * 23. September 1908 in Düsseldorf; † 26. Dezember 2005 in Scarsdale, New York) war ein deutsch-amerikanischer Politikwissenschaftler und bedeutender Vordenker des Neo-Realismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen. Bekannt ist Herz vor allem durch seine Theorie des Sicherheitsdilemmas. Zu diesem Zwecke werden zwar auch Machtressourcen angehäuft, allerdings nicht als Selbstzweck, sondern als Mittel zum Zweck (Zentrales Abgrenzungskriterium des Neo-Realismus zum klassischen Realismus). (de)
  • ジョン・ハーマン・ハーツ(John Herman Herz、1908年9月23日 - 2005年12月26日)は、ドイツ出身の国際政治学者・法学者。 ハンス・ヘルマン・ヘルツ(Hans Hermann Herz)としてデュッセルドルフのユダヤ系ドイツ人家庭に生まれ、ケルン大学で国際法学者ハンス・ケルゼンに師事した。ナチ党政権成立後にスイスそしてアメリカに移住し、ハンス・モーゲンソー、アーノルド・ウォルファーズ、カール・ドイッチュなど他の亡命知識人とともに、アメリカで国際政治学の基礎を築いた。 (ja)
  • John H. Herz (born Hans Hermann Herz; September 23, 1908 – December 25, 2005) was an American scholar of international relations and law. He was born in Düsseldorf, Germany. He received a diploma from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva in 1938, fled Europe for the USA and found a temporary position at Princeton University. In 1941 he taught Political Science at Howard University. After World War II he worked as a political analyst for the US State Department - he took part in the US delegation to the Nuremberg trials and also helped draw up a plan for democratizing the occupation zone in Germany. While at Harvard, Herz wrote Political Realism and Political Idealism, a book which the American Political Science Association awarded the Woodrow Wilson Prize in 1951. The following year he joined City College of New York, where he taught International Relations until his retirement in 1979. Herz was one of a number of Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany who found positions in American universities and taught International Relations from a critical, Realist perspective. He wrote books and several influential articles. He died in New York on December 25, 2005, at the age of 97. (en)
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  • John H. Herz (deutscher Name bis 1940 Hans Hermann Herz, Pseudonym: Eduard Bristler; * 23. September 1908 in Düsseldorf; † 26. Dezember 2005 in Scarsdale, New York) war ein deutsch-amerikanischer Politikwissenschaftler und bedeutender Vordenker des Neo-Realismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen. Bekannt ist Herz vor allem durch seine Theorie des Sicherheitsdilemmas. Zu diesem Zwecke werden zwar auch Machtressourcen angehäuft, allerdings nicht als Selbstzweck, sondern als Mittel zum Zweck (Zentrales Abgrenzungskriterium des Neo-Realismus zum klassischen Realismus). (de)
  • ジョン・ハーマン・ハーツ(John Herman Herz、1908年9月23日 - 2005年12月26日)は、ドイツ出身の国際政治学者・法学者。 ハンス・ヘルマン・ヘルツ(Hans Hermann Herz)としてデュッセルドルフのユダヤ系ドイツ人家庭に生まれ、ケルン大学で国際法学者ハンス・ケルゼンに師事した。ナチ党政権成立後にスイスそしてアメリカに移住し、ハンス・モーゲンソー、アーノルド・ウォルファーズ、カール・ドイッチュなど他の亡命知識人とともに、アメリカで国際政治学の基礎を築いた。 (ja)
  • John H. Herz (born Hans Hermann Herz; September 23, 1908 – December 25, 2005) was an American scholar of international relations and law. He was born in Düsseldorf, Germany. He received a diploma from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva in 1938, fled Europe for the USA and found a temporary position at Princeton University. In 1941 he taught Political Science at Howard University. After World War II he worked as a political analyst for the US State Department - he took part in the US delegation to the Nuremberg trials and also helped draw up a plan for democratizing the occupation zone in Germany. (en)
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