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National Identities and International Relations

Author: Richard Ned Lebow

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 280

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A comparative study of how and why people identify with their countries and the implications for foreign policy.

Personal Identity, National Identity and International Relations

Author: William Bloom

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 194

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Drawing on Freud, Mead, Erikson, Parsons and Habermas, William Bloom relates mass psychological processes to international relations.

National Identity and Foreign Policy

Nationalism and Leadership in Poland, Russia and Ukraine

Author: Ilya Prizel

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 443

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Examining the recent history of Poland, Russia and Ukraine, this book examines how national identity affects foreign policy decisions.

Ideology and National Identity in Post-communist Foreign Policies

Author: Rick Fawn

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 241

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A comparative analysis of the foreign policies of eight post-communist states which considers the extent to which official communist ideology has been replaced by nationalism and establishes how these states express their national identities through foreign policy.

USAK Yearbook of International Politics and Law


Publisher: USAK Books


Category: International law

Page: 539

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Press Images, National Identity, and Foreign Policy

A Case Study of U.S.-Japan Relations from 1955-1995

Author: Catherine A. Luther

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 242

View: 917

This work examines how national identities and political-economic structure may shape press images of nations, and how such images may be related to the kind of governmental policies that are initiated within the context of international relations.

Britain, Europe and National Identity

Self and Other in International Relations

Author: J. Gibbins

Publisher: Springer


Category: Political Science

Page: 224

View: 358

This study patterns national identity over a number of important historical milestones and brings the debates over Europe up-to-date with an analysis of recent happenings including the referendum on Scottish independence, the global economic crisis and the current crisis in Syria.

Discovering Chinese Nationalism in China

Modernization, Identity, and International Relations

Author: Yongnian Zheng

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 189

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Explores the revival of Chinese nationalism and analyses the ways in which the West deals with this phenomenon.

British Foreign Policy, National Identity, and Neoclassical Realism

Author: Amelia Hadfield-Amkhan

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers


Category: Political Science

Page: 270

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This groundbreaking study offers a genuinely multidisciplinary exploration of cultural influences on foreign policy. Through an innovative blend of historical analysis, neoclassical realist theory, and cultural studies, Amelia Hadfield-Amkhan shows how national identity has been a catalyst for British foreign policy decisions, helping the state to both define and defend itself. Representing key points of crisis, her case studies include the 1882 attempt to construct a tunnel to France, the 1982 Falklands War, and the 2003 decision to remain outside the Eurozone. The author argues that these events, marking the decline of a great power, have forced Britain into periods of deep self-reflection that are carved into its culture and etched into its policy stances on central issues of sovereignty, territorial integrity, international recognition, and even monetary policy.

Indian Identity Narratives and the Politics of Security

Author: Gitika Commuri

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd


Category: Social Science

Page: 314

View: 458

This book provides a fresh insight into the role of identity in international and national relations and policy. The book presents a discourse on national identity in India, the events from 1990-2003, and how these have influenced the engagement of India with others, especially with Pakistan and China. In this process, it reveals several surprising insights, along with the challenges that confront the country.

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