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eBook Culture and Foreign Policy: The Neglected Factor in International Relations download ISBN: 1409453294
Author: Howard J. Wiarda
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (February 21, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 168
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Howard J. Wiarda is Dean Rusk Professor of International Relations at the University of Georgia, Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow.

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This provocative book argues that the US needs to end its attitudes of superiority and condescension toward other nations and cultures and redirect its foreign policy accordingly. After an introduction that sets forth the main theoretical and conceptual arguments, the next chapters explore all the main areas of the world.

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Culture and Foreign Policy. This provocative book argues that the US needs to end its attitudes of superiority and condescension toward other nations and cultures and redirect its foreign policy accordingly

Culture and Foreign Policy. Political culture refers to the basic values, ideas, beliefs and political orientations by which countries, societies, and whole regions are guided. This provocative book argues that the US needs to end its attitudes of superiority and condescension toward other nations and cultures and redirect its foreign policy accordingly.

Howard J. Wiarda is Dean Rusk Professor of International Relations at the University of Georgia, Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, USA. Subject Categories. Politics & International Relations. International Relations. Political Behavior and Participation. Racial & Ethnic Politics.

In Culture and Foreign Policy, Howard J. Wiarda, UGA’s Dean Rusk Professor of International Relations, defines political culture as the basic values, ideas, beliefs and political orientations by which countries, societies and whole regions are guided. The underlying belief systems that shape cultures and societies cause them to behave in certain, often distinct ways. The puzzle or query that chiefly concerns ­Wiarda is why . foreign policymakers have such a hard time understanding cultures and societies other than their own. ­

By: Wiarda, Howard J, Professor. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9781409453291, 1409453294. The world’s eTextbook reader for students.

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the neglected factor in international relations. Introduction: political culture and foreign policy. Europe: ever further apart. Published 2012 by Ashgate in Burlington, VT. Written in English. Political culture, Foreign relations. Russia: grappling with the great bear. Asia: the new global leader. The Middle East: the role of Islam.

Political culture refers to the basic values, ideas, beliefs and political orientations by which countries, societies, and whole regions are guided. The underlying belief systems that shape cultures and societies and cause them to behave in certain, often distinct ways. The puzzle or query that chiefly concerns this author is why the United States (US) and its foreign policy have such a hard time understanding cultures and societies other than their own. This provocative book argues that the US needs to end its attitudes of superiority and condescension toward other nations and cultures and redirect its foreign policy accordingly. After an introduction that sets forth the main theoretical and conceptual arguments, the next chapters explore all the main areas of the world. The Conclusion pulls all these themes together, analyzes the common patterns that emerge, and suggests new directions for U.S foreign policy.