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Australia’s Strategic Culture: An investigation of the concept of strategic culture and its application to the Australian case
The notion that each state in the international system approaches matters of war and peace somewhat differently because they each possess a unique strategic culture is not a new or obscure one – but it nevertheless remains ...
Political Parties and Democratic Development in Ghana: From Transition to Consolidation and Beyond
At the time of the Ghana’s independence in March 1957, a democratic system of government was instituted, but the process of political development was derailed and often interrupted by frequent coups. This is evident in the ...
A Historical Materialist Approach to the Eurozone Crisis: Fictitious Capital, States, and Capital Accumulation
This dissertation examines the ongoing European sovereign debt crises that began with Greece in 2009, in the wake of the US subprime mortgage crisis. Through the application of a historical materialist approach, I attempt ...