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Constructing National Interests
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Weldes shows that it is possible to use nontraditional methods and epistemologies and yet be clear, subtle, sophisticated, insightful, and persuasive. Political ScienceGeography.
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It was, Weldes suggests, more a matter of discursive construction than of objective facts or circumstances. National Interests and Common Sense pp. Identity and National Interests: It was, Weldes suggests, more a matter of discursive construction than of objective facts or circumstances.
Here, Weldes analyzes the so-called Cuban missile crisis as a means to rethink the idea of national interest, a notion central to both the study and practice of international relations. Uses the Cuban missile crisis to examine a concept central to International relations.
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Cold War Representations pp. Constructing the Cuban Missile Crisis: Identity and National Interests: Constructing the Cuban Missile Crisis: Constructing National Interests shows how this process allowed for a redefining of the identities, interests, and likely actions of various states, so that it jutt to logically serve the U. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Why did the presence of Soviet missiles in Cuba constitute a crisis for U. Home Current Catalogs Blog. The Problem jitta Cuba pp.
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