The Interwar Foundations of Security Studies: Edward Mead Earle, the Carnegie Corporation and the Depression-Era Origins of a Field.

Ekbladh, David, 1972-

2014.

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  • Security studies, as an American field of inquiry, has deeper historical roots than commonly accepted. Contrary to established narratives, it was the unravelling of the international order in the 1930s that compelled a collection of internationalist institutions and individuals to reconsider their approaches to world affairs. A leading figure was Edward Mead Earle who bound together a variety of n... read more
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  • David Ekbladh (2014) The Interwar Foundations of Security Studies: Edward Mead Earle, the Carnegie Corporation and the Depression-Era Origins of a Field, Global Society, 28:1, 40-53, DOI: 10.1080/13600826.2013.848186.
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