Beyond the enemy image and spiral model : cognitive-strategic research after the cold war

@inproceedings{Herrmann2009BeyondTE,
  title={Beyond the enemy image and spiral model : cognitive-strategic research after the cold war},
  author={Richard Herrmann and Michael P. Fischerkeller},
  year={2009}
}
Hans Morgenthau made a powerful argument against studying motivation in international relations theory. He then spent the better part of his most famous book discussing the difference between imperialist and status quo powers and the importance of distinguishing one from the other. Likewise, students of neorealism have argued against conceptual differentiations aside from power at the unit level only to return to the foreign policy level of analysis in debates over actor interest in relative or… CONTINUE READING

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