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The study considers the security strategy of the USA in the period 1945 -1947, which was very important for the formation of the post-war international consolidation and had very serious results for the states of Central and Eastern Europe, including Czechoslovakia. The study is especially directed towards key documents of the Truman administration concerned with preparations for nuclear war against the USSR. These contributed to the establishment of a firm confrontational course, which finally ensured that Czechoslovakia and other countries in this region were transferred from an open sphere of Soviet influence to an exclusive sphere with all the negative consequences associated with this.
This study deals with the issue of global terrorism. It begins with Beck's description of a pattern of behaviour which is in contradiction with the interests of civilisation. Next, it evaluates Bush's choice between two flows of social capital and his GWOT strategy from the perspective of Giddens' concept of norms and resources. The encounter between the 43rd U.S. president and the al-Qaida chief is explained as a duel between a patron and a broker. The study goes on to provide a comparison of the main actors' social networks and social capital from 9/11/2001 up to the present. In the end, the author juxtaposes the U.S. direct strategic culture and the crafty and insidious culture of al-Qaida and its allied movements.
This study focuses on articulation of national identity on social media, specifically Twitter. First, it tackles discursive and other devices employed by politicians in order to negotiate national identity on social media platforms such as Twitter. Second, the study tries to identify whether populist rhetoric strategies are adopted to disseminate political agenda through social media and if and how these contribute to the articulation of national identity. The article takes a case study of Twitter accounts of current highest political representatives of the United States and Canada, Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau, respectively. Drawing methodologically mainly on Teun van Dijk’s ideological square (1998), it aims to show that national and political agendas are often intertwined and inherently connected. The findings suggest, however, that, even though the techniques are often similar, the extent and purpose of their employment varies.
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