While the culture of national security is an excellent study of history and suggestions for practice it is not a grand strategy for that try paul d miller but i get the distinct impression that constructivist club membership requires more than a sprinkling of culture and identity in ones theory or grand strategy. Beyond the substantive contributions of the individual authors and the extensive debate about the nature and the advantages and disadvantages of fully integrating ideational scholarship into the study of world politicsthe culture of national security should interest comparativists as a broad and ambitious attempt to apply the insights and . The political transformations of the 1980s and 1990s have dramatically affected models of national and international security particularly since the end of the cold war scholars have been uncertain about how to interpret the effects of major shifts in the balance of power. The culture of national security norms and identity in world politics by peter j katzenstein editor 1 introduction alternative perspectives on national security peter j katzenstein it is always risky to pronounce a verdict of death on ideas even after an extended period of apparent lifelessness but i predict that we have seen the last . Since the collapse of the soviet union students of international politics have been trying to come to terms with the fact that existing analytical tools had left them totally unprepared the dominant cold war framework realism proved woefully inadequate to the task of understanding how a great power like the soviet union could suddenly reinterpret its own national security
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