Bachmann

Warsaw School for Social Psychology. For more information click here.

Recent Essays

Visitors to the Polish embassy in Berlin will notice a big poster on display showing a cowboy ready for a shoot-out. “It started in Poland,” states the poster, but don’t be confused—Polish diplomats do not claim John Wayne as a Pole…

In the good old world of realist International Relations’ Theory, international negotiations were conducted by states as unitary actors, and the outcome was seen as the result of the dynamics of a readjustment of the balance of power: Big and rich states, with more resources at their disposal than others would achieve more than small, poor and less resourcefully states…