Publication
Title
Republican security theory revisited
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Abstract
Republicanism is getting increasing attention in International Relations. Engaging Daniel Deudney's Republican Security Theory, it is argued that republicanism should be interpreted in ideological terms, that it is a polysemous tradition of political thought, and that it matters because it is socially embodied in world political practice. Special attention is given to republicanism's relationship to the question of technology. A short case study of the Cold War illustrates the central claims of the argument.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Review of international studies. - Cambridge, 1981, currens
Publication
Cambridge : 2011
ISSN
0260-2105 [print]
1469-9044 [online]
Volume/pages
37:5(2011), p. 2269-2292
ISI
000297785100016
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UAntwerpen
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Last edited 25.04.2017
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