Does International-Relations Scholarship Reflect a Bias Toward the U.S.?

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Just as child psychologists try to explain the erratic behavior of children -- playful, polite, peevish, petulant


Why Diplomatic Historians May Be the Victims of American Triumphalism

-- so international-relations scholars attempt to...

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