Laurie Catteeuw

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Perceived all along, from the beginning of the modern era, causality in history cannot be abstracted from a reflection on "the reason and uses of States". Such realism engages with the heart of the arts of governance, the practices which form the basis for the adage "the end justifies the means". In order to assess the implications of this maxim on the(More)
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