Examining the Development-Security Nexus: Historical Analogies and Nation Building in U.S. Foreign Policy

Laub, Zachary J.

Policymakers frequently invoke historical analogies in rhetoric to advocate for or justify their foreign policy agendas. Some political scientists have observed that policymakers often rely on these same historical analogies to diagnose and analyze foreign policy situations, and draw inferences and policy prescriptions. To what extent have these presumptive _��lessons of the past_... read more

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