Anthropology, Conflict, and International Relations

  • Raymond ScupinEmail author


The anthropological perspective is neglected in international relations yet illuminates conflict processes through an evolutionary and cross-cultural comparison. Scupin shows how culture—the central concept developed within anthropology—challenges rational choice models—and illuminates issues such as religious and secular global trends, conflict and terrorism.


Foreign Policy Ethnic Identity Collective Memory Ethnographic Research Cultural Anthropologist 
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