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The Relevance of National Security Cultures in International Studies

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The focus of the talk will be to examine the reasons for and implications of changes in national security cultures, and to explore the extent and scope for international security governance in the light of those changes. Two main arguments will be advanced: variations in security cultures explain the patterns of behaviour of national elites in the formulation and execution of security policies across the governance spectrum; and the distinction between Westphalian and post-Westphalian state provides a structural explanation for variations in state behaviour with respect to global and regional security governance. Discussant: Dr Maurizio Carbone.

This talk is part of the CISA Talks - Cambridge International Studies Association series.

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