In recent times, in the field of international relations, there has emerged an academic current that has revived the thinking of French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu to reformulate various fundamental concepts, from the study of everyday practices, symbolic structures, and conflict arenas in which various actors define the course of world politics.
This article exposes a brief revision to the theoretical and methodological framework under which an academic study is being carried out on the contemporary military development, understood and explained from the national security culture and military strategic culture.
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To cite this article: Carlos Barrera, “Culture, Security, and Strategy: Analysis Framework for Understanding Military Development in the Context of 9/11”, Revista de Estudios en Seguridad Internacional, Vol. 3, No. 2, (2017), pp. 23-43.