An Investigation of Role of Culture on International Relations

Milad YARI
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Abstract


Abstract. Role of culture on international relations is increasingly evident which if neglected chaos will be resultant ensuing an extreme cultural varieties. Such an increasing role has driving many states regulate their relations with each other as impressed by cultural factors, such that classic colonialism and neocolonialism have come to an end. The role of culture is posed in relation to ‘soft colonialism’ from which liberalism is derived by world powers as a strategy to align nations. According to structualist theory, culture is critical in that if it is neglected in this era of highest cultural varieties chaos will dominate over the international relations. Results indicate that taking culture into account fosters establishment of ties and communications although it may spark confrontation in some occasions as well.


Keywords


Culture, Cultural Globalization, International Relations, Culture And International Relations, Liberalism

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