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National Interests and Common Sense. Why did the presence of Soviet missiles in Cuba constitute a crisis for U. Uses the Cuban missile crisis to examine a concept central to International relations.
University of Minnesota Press. The Problem of Cuba pp. The View from the ExComm pp. Representing Missiles in Cuba pp. National Interests and Common Sense pp. Political ScienceGeography. The Problem of National Interests 1. It was, Weldes suggests, more a matter of discursive construction than of objective facts or circumstances.
Here, Weldes analyzes the so-called Cuban jutfa crisis as a means to rethink the idea of national interest, a notion central to both the study and practice of international relations. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. The View from the ExComm 3.
Weldes shows that it is possible to use nontraditional methods and epistemologies and yet be clear, subtle, sophisticated, insightful, and persuasive. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Cold War Representations pp. Constructing National Interests shows how this process allowed for a redefining of the identities, interests, and likely actions of various states, so that it seemed to logically serve the U. University of Minnesota Press Coming soon.
Constructing National Interests: The United States and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Shapiro and Hayward R. Connolly, The Ethos of Pluralization Acknowledgments No book is produced outside of a specific social context, and this one is no different. Many of the ideas that appear here were first con- ceived, aired, discussed, dissected, reconceived, and so on in discus- sions and conversations at the University of Minnesota with Monali Chowdhurie, Rhona Leibel, Jennifer Milliken, Himadeep Muppidi, and Alex Wendt. Thanks for the specific ideas and suggestions, gen- eral support, timely advice, and a stubborn unwillingness to take a sloppy argument for an answer. My special thanks to Diana Saco, who read and reread most of the chapters of this book. I am hugely grateful for her gen- erosity. Her suggestions and insights, as well as our collaborative work, have enriched this book immensely.
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