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New international relations study findings have been reported from Bowling Green State University
October 14th, 2010
According to recent research from the United States, "Although norms are important in various schools of international relations theory, there has been relatively little effort to integrate their various uses of the term."
"Here I seek to bring together the Constructivist use of norms based on individual human agency with the English School's concept of solidarism. This perspective helps make sense of the expansion of international society, a point demonstrated through a study of the apparently anomalous case of Siam, which achieved sovereignty without developing significant military power," wrote N.A. Englehart and colleagues, Bowling Green State...
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Source: VerticalNews Politics & Government (2010-10-14)