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The way international political events are remembered is also relevant for a wider public. But how and when do we make reference to past foreign policy? And, in turn, what influence do memories have on international relations? This volume addresses these questions by examining case studies from past epochs and different world regions, applying concepts from memory studies and cultural studies.
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