War, Revolution, and the Uncertain Primacy of Domestic Politics

Otte, Thomas (2015) War, Revolution, and the Uncertain Primacy of Domestic Politics. In: The Next Great War? The MIT Press, Cambridge, pp. 103-126. ISBN 9780262028998

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Few subjects have attracted the attention of historians and political scientists more than the origins of World War I. It is the “long debate.”1 In it, the school of thought arguing the case for a primacy of domestic politics, originally advanced by Eckart Kehr, has gradually extruded the older Rankean notion of the Primat der Aussenpolitik (primacy of foreign policy).

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Date Deposited: 25 Jul 2015 03:02
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