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Neorealism Versus Strategic Culture

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Informationen zum Autor John Glenn Zusammenfassung The debate between Neorealists and Strategic Culturalists centres on whether it is possible to explain/predict state behaviour without taking into account the particular characteristics of the state, such as its historical experiences, geographical context and cultural constitution. This informative debate is encapsulated in the first section of the book, which considers the theoretical issues raised by both Neorealism and Strategic Culture. These issues are then explored in the second section by assessing their relevance to six country case studies: Australia, Germany, India, Japan, Nigeria and Russia. Inhaltsverzeichnis Contents: Part I: Theoretical Overview: Introduction; Neorealism! John Glenn and Darryl Howlett; Strategic culture! Stuart Poore. Part II: The Case Studies: India! Marcus Kim; Nigeria! David Francis; Japan! Yuri Kase; Australia! Stuart Poore; Russia! John Glenn; Germany! Sameera Dalvi; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.

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This book explores the theoretical and empirical issues raised by neorealism and strategic culture, considering their implications for the future strategic realm. It considers the issues in context of six country case studies: Australia, Germany, India, Japan, Nigeria and the former Soviet Union.

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Authors John Glenn
Assisted by John Glenn (Editor), Darryl Howlett (Editor), Stuart Poore (Editor), Nana Poku (Editor of the series), Neil Renwick (Editor of the series)
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd.
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 18.09.2018
 
EAN 9781138623682
ISBN 978-1-138-62368-2
No. of pages 295
Subject Social sciences, law, business > Political science

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