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This conclusory chapter of the book explores the implications of history education for international relations, both interstate and transnational relations. It seeks to answer a central question: is it possible to indicate a theoretical link between history education and international relations? In order to answer the question, the study has broken down the domestic environment into three phases, the initial stage of government influence, the activities under government influence and the formation of public dispositions. It considers the interplay between the domestic and external environments. In this way, the study has attempted to trace 'the sources of opinion inputs' which may condition the public and policy-makers to encounter the external environment in particular ways, while taking account of the relevant parameters and problems of causation at each stage. This necessitates evaluating the connections between the phases constituting the framework of analysis.

Keywords: government influence; history education; international relations; public dispositions



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