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Title: Strategic Culture and Foreign Policy of Ukraine
Authors: Koval, Ihor M.
Коваль, Ігор Миколайович
Коваль, Игорь Николаевич
Brusylovska, Olha I.
Брусиловська, Ольга Іллівна
Брусиловская, Ольга Ильинична
Dubovyk, Volodymyr A.
Дубовик, Володимир Алімович
Дубовик, Владимир Алимович
Sinovets, Polina A.
Сіновець, Поліна Андріївна
Синовец, Полина Андреевна
Hlebov, Serhii V.
Maksymenko, Iryna V.
Максименко, Ірина Володимирівна
Максименко, Ирина Владимировна
Kuzmin, Denys V.
Кузьмін, Денис Валерійович
Кузьмин, Денис Валерьевич
Pokas, Mykhailo S.
Покась, Михайло Сергійович
Покась, Михаил Сергеевич
Tarasiuk, Yuliia M.
Тарасюк, Юлiя Матвiївна
Тарасюк, Юлия Матвеевна
Zubarenko, Iryna V.
Зубаренко, Ірина Валеріївна
Зубаренко, Ирина Валерьевна
Poble, Dmytro
Zadorozhnia, Alina H.
Maistrenko, Yuliia I.
Майстренко, Юлія Іванівна
Майстренко, Юлия Ивановна
Citation: Strategic culture and foreign policy of Ukraine : monograph / ed.: I. N. Koval [et al.]; Odesa I.I. Mechnykov national univ.. – Odesa : Odesa Mechnikov national university Press, 2017
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Одеський національний університет імені І. І. Мечникова
Keywords: strategic culture
state
character system
strategic goals
preferences
Foreign Policy
strategic approach
Ukrainian statehood
Abstract: The state’s strategic culture is an integrated system of symbols reflected in language, analogies, myths, metaphors, and daily rituals. This system creates firm strategic goals and/or preferences for the role of power (economic, military, and political) in the interstate relations. Strategic culture relates to shared beliefs and patterns of behaviour, which grew out of common experiences and adopted narratives (oral and written). These change collective identity and relations with other groups, determining the accepted objectives and methods for fulfilling tasks in the realm of security. Contemporary political scientists and scholars of international relations are paying more attention to the study of strategic culture since there are more and more international problems related to the fact that the actors “speak different languages”, meaning that the same phenomenon is interpreted differently in different cultures; one side often cannot comprehend the viewpoint of its opponent. In order to foresee future developments and to conduct strategic planning, the politicians and scholars, who are involved in the decision-making process, must be able to account for sudden changes in cultural symbols and behavioural habits, adjustments which were already made by the political elites of various states. The question of how identity influences the strategic choices of a state is timely for contemporary political scientists. So, the main notions that are most frequently connected to the analysis o f strategic-cultural discourses are the following: history, national character, national memory, culture, religion, faith, customs, ethnicity, multiculturalism, behavioural habits, socialization, political thought, values, morals and law, ceremonies, and myths.
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/27802
ISBN: 978-617-689-239-7
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