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Culture and Identity in Global Politics

Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010

Increased economic integration, expanded mobility and advanced information technologies are planting the seeds of an emerging global culture. But what form it eventually takes will have significant implications for the relationship between citizens and nation-states. Meanwhile, artifacts from our distant past continue to be the cause of international disputes, reminding us that, despite shifting norms, the enduring boundaries created by culture continue to intrude upon international relations.

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