Palestine: Realism, Pragmatism and Middle East

William James and John Dewey were both critical of the US Foreign policy. They never supported or endorsed the US in 1898 the capturing of the Philippines. Even though they both their enormous impact on the philosophical and political realm, their writings and influences in politics and international relations were never fully endorsed or acknowledged. […]

Cultural dimensions of Foreign Policy

Culture Culture is everywhere.  Everything is Culture.  The ideas, customs, and social behavior of a particular person or a society are conglomerated in the word “culture”. The conventional concept of culture is seen as a tool that has a separate and isolated existence of its own having nothing to do with the politics and international […]

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