Political Culture and State Behavior : Why Germany Confounds

@inproceedings{Neorealism2019PoliticalCA,
  title={Political Culture and State Behavior : Why Germany Confounds},
  author={Neorealism and John S. Duffield},
  year={2019}
}
During the past decade, a growing number of scholars have turned to cultural approaches to account for the foreign and security policies of states. Surprisingly, however, these scholars have devoted little attention to the concept that boasts the most venerable tradition in the field of political science, that of political culture, as a possible source of state behavior. This neglect is unjustified. Like other cultural variables, political culture promises to explain phenomena that are… CONTINUE READING

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