Brothers under the Skin: Diplomatic History and International Relations

@article{Haber1997BrothersUT,
  title={Brothers under the Skin: Diplomatic History and International Relations},
  author={Stephen H. Haber and David Michael Kennedy and Stephen D. Krasner},
  journal={International Security},
  year={1997},
  volume={22},
  pages={34-43}
}
T h e disciplines of history and political science have drifted apart. The epistemological differences that have always separated these two fields of study have become greater, but the contrasts are more marked in some areas than in others. Historians who study diplomatic history and political scientists who study international politics, despite some genuine differences, have always been engaged in a similar enterprise. Both have always been committed to a positivistic methodology in which… 
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