2010
DOI: 10.1080/09636412.2010.524081
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Identity, Insecurity, and Great Power Politics:The Tragedy of German Naval Ambition Before the First World War

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“…The semi-structured interviews aimed at investigating if cultural security is considered a barrier to the idea of intercultural socialization or a source of generating a dominating feeling of suspicion and lack of trust in others (Ahearne, 2017;Casimiro et al, 2007;Farrell, 2005;Murray, 2010). Males expressed that sustaining the Saudi culture security can push the society in darker circles of the cultural isolation in the modern globalized world.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The semi-structured interviews aimed at investigating if cultural security is considered a barrier to the idea of intercultural socialization or a source of generating a dominating feeling of suspicion and lack of trust in others (Ahearne, 2017;Casimiro et al, 2007;Farrell, 2005;Murray, 2010). Males expressed that sustaining the Saudi culture security can push the society in darker circles of the cultural isolation in the modern globalized world.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The concept has been subjected to analysis using every major mainstream analytical method and has been linked to a wide range of empirical phenomena. Research shows that status concerns help account for war and militarized conflict (Lebow 2010;Renshon 2016;Barnhart 2016;Murray 2016), withdrawal from international institutions (Ward 2013), arms racing (Murray 2010;Fikenscher, Jashkob, and Wolf 2015), the development of civilian space programs (Early 2014), foreign aid provision , norm compliance (Miller, Cramer, Volgy, Bezerra, Hauser, and Sciabarra 2015), and more.…”
Section: Status and Social Identity In World Politicsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recognition has gained increasing attention among international relations (IR) scholars in recent years (Ringmar 2002;Wendt 2003;Greenhill 2008;Murray 2010;Lindeman and Ringmar 2012;Wolf 2011). Unlike dominant rationalist approaches to international politics, which assume states are primarily concerned with physical security and maximizing power, recognition scholars contend establishing and maintaining an identity is also an important dimension of foreign policy.…”
Section: Michelle Murraymentioning
confidence: 99%