2 edition of German strategic culture found in the catalog.
German strategic culture
1998 by Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English
|Series||IGS Discussion papers series -- no.98/6|
|Contributions||University of Birmingham. Institute for German Studies.|
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War German strategic culture is a largely generic one.6 It therefore lacks the self-assuredness, the sense of direction and purpose, and the natural ease that tend to come from traditions formed over long periods of uninterrupted, evolutionary growth.
Employing epistemological ideas of the concept of strategic culture on basis of a constructivist ontology, this book explores the causal mechanisms sufficient for the origin German strategic culture book adaptation of a pacifist turned "normal" German strategic culture.
Tobias M. Wilke works as a scientific aide for a member of the German Bundestag.5/5(1). German strategic culture revisited: linking the past to contemporary German strategic choice.
[Tobias Wilke] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Global Book Marketing\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Rear Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, head of the Abwehr, German military intelligence, was himself a double agent, our top man in Hitler’s circle.
A fascinating book makes a good a case that one member of Hitler's inner sanctum, Martin Bormann, was also a Soviet spy. The book is. German strategic culture: a framework for analysis.
This brief overview of some of the key studies that have attempted to. This framework forms the basis for the remainder of the book, begin-Author: Kerry Longhurst. Before discussing German culture it is necessary to define the term culture.
In Essays on Culture and Society in Modern Germany culture is described as "both intellectual production and the milieu, German strategic culture book climate of opinion, in which it takes place.".
that German strategic culture is made up of two fundamental elements, antimilitarism and multilateralism, which continue to inform Germany's foreign policy. The two elements have, however, entered into a conflict, so that Germany faces a security policy dilemma inherent to its strategic culture.
This fact puts German foreign policy. This book offers a comparative analysis of the security and defence policies of all 27 EU member states and Turkey, drawing on the concept of ‘strategic culture’, in order to examine the chances and obstacles for closer security and defence cooperation across the continent.
Three obstacles stand in the way of Germany developing a new strategic culture, however. First, even though its leadership set out at the Munich Security Conference in to take on more responsibility, and subsequently conducted foreign policy and defense reviews, the strategic culture and the German public’s aversion to the military have.
These findings are relevant today, and recent conflicts suggest that they will be increasingly important into the 21st century. This book offers policy makers a much-needed method for employing strategic culture analysis to develop more effective security strategies―strategies that will be of vital importance in an increasingly volatile world.
Strategic culture drives patterns of national statecraft, which in turn drive military strategy. Grand strategy also derives from strategic culture, which emerges from geographical, economic, and historical circumstances.
A nation’s circumstances give rise to a distinctive manner of perceiving national power – including the use of military.
Taking its departure in the concept of strategic culture, this book answers the question of why European countries decide either to participate or not in international military operations.
This volume examines strategic culture and its relation to justifications of decisions made by France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland and the United Kingdom.
(). German strategic culture in action. Contemporary Security Policy: Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. Germany was the first country to issue a categorical refusal to support the US-led war in Iraq.
Some have interpreted this as the result of a clash between the strategic cultures of Germany and the USA, others as a sign that a more nationalistic and assertive Germany is emerging.
book, Cultural Realism: Strategic Culture and Grand Strategy in Ming China, will be published in by Princeton University Press. The author wishes to thank the following people for input into various stages of this research. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Forschungsberichte Internationale Politik Ser.: German Strategic Culture Revisited: Linking the Past to Contemporary German Strategic Choice by Tobias M.
Wilke (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at. The views of individual contributors do not necessarily represent those of the Strategic Culture Foundation. Germany’s federal government and mainstream media are engaged in damage control after a report that challenges the established Corona narrative leaked from the interior ministry.
German society & culture A planning culture • In many respects, Germans can be considered the masters of planning. • German culture prizes forward thinking and knowing what one will be doing at a specific time on a specific day well ahead in the future. • Careful planning, in one's business and personal life, provides a sense of.
This chapter analyses the decision processes which are largely reflective of the modern centre-left strand within German strategic culture, which holds norms that are more conducive to the use of military force and enhanced domestic security measures than the more orthodox left-wing strand.
Germany’s stance on Iraq by identifying two competing strands within Germany’s strategic culture. It concludes that the German refusal signals neither a reversion to a pacifist stance nor that Germany is in a process of shedding the bonds and alliances that have so far framed the reunified Germany’s military policy.
Iraq simply. of West German strategic culture remained a self-reinforcing ‘protected Stunde Null and West German strategic culture 49 Longhurst, Germany and the use of 30/06/ Page The concept of national ‘ways of war’ dates from the s, when Basil H.
Liddell Hart theorized that there was a ‘British Way in Warfare’. The concept of "strategic culture" dates from the s, when Jack Snyder introduced it to explain why leaders of the Soviet Union did not behave according to. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. The disagreements over defense spending have deep roots in Germany’s history and strategic culture.
There is no unified German take on the changed security environment and the solutions it requires. This is true not just for the political class, but for society at large. The debate around defense spending illustrates this divide. Germany’s strategic decisions were guided by a foreign policy culture based on preferences for diplomacy and humanitarian values and aimed at the civilianization of the international arena (cf.
This book is to date the first and only study on Pakistan's foreign policy and decision-making process. It discusses the hows and whys of its policy as it has developed from a domestic to an international view. Post 9/11 changes required a fundamental change in self image and world view that went beyond the act of becoming a US ally in Afghanistan, or abandoning the policy of supporting the.
The book now called, simply, Strategy, is essential reading for any student of the art and science of strategy-making.
Author B.H. Liddell Hart is the best example I know of who not only chronicled history, but shaped it. Inhe published The Decisive Wars of gh Hart was a Briton, it is known that his work had greater impact on the pre-WWII military thinking among the German.
strategic culture offers valuable perspective on military doctrine and critical choices such as nuclear strategy and the use of force. This essay charts the evolution of the theory of strategic culture through several gen-erations of scholarly work inside, and outside, the discipline.
Particular attention is devoted. The strategic American culture has a long history intertwined around strategic security concepts. It can be traced back from the Cold war period during fight against communism and the domination of.
This conclusion presents some closing thoughts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book claims that the differences in the extent to which Western liberal democracies resorted to the use of force within the two-year period after the terrorist events of 11 September can be explained largely on the basis of differences in societies' identity-derived norms on the legitimate.
Strategic Culture, Securitisation and the Use of Force Canada, France, Germany and the UK regarding the war in Afghanistan, domestic counterterrorism measures and the Iraq War. To this end, the book combines the concepts of strategic culture and securitisation into a theoretical model that disentangles the individual structural and agential.
While governments can also deviate from the constraints of a strategic culture, this is likely to encounter a strong reaction from large parts of the population which in turn can lead to a long-term change in strategic culture.
This book will be of much interest to students of strategic culture, securitisation, European politics, security. The concept of "strategic culture" It clearly shows how national strategies and approaches to warfare are, to a significant extent, culturally determined.
The concept of national ways of war dates from the s, when Basil H. Liddell Hart theorized that there was a British Way in Warfare/5(1). German Chancellor Angela Merkel has all but accused the Russian government of attempted murder in the strange case of Alexei Navalny, the dissident figure who reportedly remains comatose in a Berlin hospital.
The views of individual contributors do not necessarily represent those of the Strategic Culture Foundation. Tags: Alexei Navalny. This book provides a provocative analysis of relations between Europe and America during the tempestuous years Analysing EU foreign policy, it concludes that the lessons learnt in interacting with America have been crucial in shaping the emerging EU strategic culture.
The book challenges established orthodoxy regarding the sui generis nature of the European Union. Through. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. A much-needed survey and synopsis of literature on strategic culture and ways of war. It clearly shows how national strategies and approaches to warfare are, to a significant extent, culturally determined.
The concept of national ‘ways of war’ dates from the s, when Basil H. Lidd. This book provides a comprehensive understanding of the evolution of India’s strategic culture in the era of globalization. It examines dominant themes that have governed India’s foreign and security policy and events which have shaped India’s role in global : Shrikant Paranjpe.
strategic culture.3 They concluded that organizational theory provided the strongest account of the 3 models, but noted the potential explanatory significance of strategic culture in this context. Around the same period, Max Manwaring called for the old “nuclear theology” relating to.
The author uses the rubric of strategic culture to assess China's strategic disposition. Two dimensions are examined: the nature and impact of China's assessment of its own strategic culture, and the nature and impact of China' China has been identified as a looming strategic threat.5/5(1).
Intelligence and Strategic Culture - Ebook written by Isabelle Duyvesteyn. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Intelligence and Strategic Culture.Then he applies similar techniques to determine the effect of the strategic culture on the strategic preferences of the Ming decision makers.
Finally, he assesses the effect of these preferences on Ming policies towards the Mongol "threat." The findings of this book challenge dominant interpretations of traditional Chinese strategic : $Strategic culture: definition and origins of the debate.
Strategic culture provides an analytical lens through which to better view the continuities underlying international crises and the motivations of a state’s actions.
Often these are undergirded by a state’s historical tendency to preserve its perceived spheres of influence.