Comparative Strategic Culture (Conference Report)
Stone, Elizabeth L.
Twomey, Christopher P.
Lavoy, Peter R.
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There is enormous intuitive appeal to the idea that, if "culture matters" at some general level, thenit must also be important in shaping national security processes and outcomes. There is anextensive academic literature on this issue, often called "strategic culture", and it serves as asort of "folk theorem" that practitioners and casual observers of foreign affairs find compelling.
Conference Report. Conference organized by the Center for Contemporary Conflict, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School for the Advanced Systems and Concepts Office of the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
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