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|Title:||Rationality and Emotion [electronic resource] : Comparative Studies of the Franco-German and Sino-Japanese Reconciliations / by Lin Ren.|
|Publisher:||Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden : Imprint: Springer VS, 2014.|
|Abstract:||Summary: Reconciliation is an important agenda for post-war countries. It plays a major role in harmonizing bilateral and regional relations. Lin Ren compares reconciliations between the Sino-Japanese and the Franco-German dyads. Each dyad shares a deep-rooted historic antagonism. Nevertheless, France and Germany have reached a far deeper degree of reconciliation. The author explores the causes that led to the diverse outcomes, so as to challenge taking rationality as the single micro-foundation of decision-making concerning reconciliation. Contents · Economic Interdependence · Maintaining or Challenging Equilibrium · Convergent Memories of History · Political Similarity · Territorial Narratives Target Groups · Researchers and students in the fields of political science, international relations and history · Journalists, politicians The Author Dr. Lin Ren completed her PhD at Freie Universität Berlin under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Klaus Segbers at the Department of Political and Social Sciences.|
|Description:||XIV, 176 p. 15 illus. online resource.|
|Appears in Collections:||300 - Khoa học xã hội|
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