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Ethnicity, Homogeneity, Nation

A Relationship of Tension

Samuel Salzborn

develop: to wit, the model of one or more ‘unwritten constitutions’ or ‘unwritten rules’ ( Birsl and Salzborn 2014 ). In the context of the history of ideas in German scholarship, the concept of an unwritten constitution refers to discussions on

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American Extraterritorial Legislation

The Data Gathering behind the Sanctions

Ali Laïdi

US or UK firms with a strong presence in the United States, which are advising European firms. Furthermore, US authorities only want to deal with Anglo-American lawyers, even if French, German or Italian lawyers are working in US or UK firms. It is a

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Communication, Context, and Narrative

Habermas and Contemporary Realist Thought

Navid Hassanzadeh

specific terms, they highlight the interventions that he has made regarding salient political issues in Germany, Europe, and the West more broadly throughout his career as evidence of the fact that he does not fit the guise of an out-of-touch, arm

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Voices that Matter?

Methods for Historians Attending to the Voices of the Past

Josephine Hoegaerts

temperate climes, there should be life and grace. The Frenchman's tones should be short, piquant, airy and gay. The German's, broad, slow, reverential. The Italian's, voluptuous and melodic. The Englishman's, positive, stubborn, formal.” 82 Such

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Ian Moll

country, as it had been in the 1IR. By the 1880s, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Britain, the United States, Denmark, the Swedish-Norwegian Union and Japan constituted a global industrial nexus: ‘No country outside of this “developed world” could be

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Takamichi Sakurai

] narcissistically inflated group does not have available a minority which is sufficiently helpless to lend itself as an object for narcissistic satisfaction, the group's narcissism will easily lead to the wish for military conquests; this was the path of pan-Germanism