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Apocalypse Forever? A Comment

O'Hagan, Jacinta


This paper engages with that by William Tow. By discussing the contentious aspects of the interpretive traditions used in Tow's article and further interrogating the distinction between hard power and soft power, it draws attention to the contested nature of international relations theory in general, as well as to the need for a diversity of approaches to the terrorism question in particular. It questions the continuing integrity of nation-states and the ideas of rational action and...[Show more]

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Date published: 2003
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Journal of Politics and History


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