Indecision 101: Exploring the Effects of Cultural Fractionalization in the New Middle East on Foreign Policy Behavior
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Political Science/International Relations (POSI)
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culture, fractionalization, foreign policy, Middle East, New Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa, consistency, behavior
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