This book defines political ideology as a structural force that combines ideas, emotion and people for the purpose of transforming political discourse. It arugues for a general theory that will explain the reasons for the creation of political ideologies as an escape from perceived injustice.
About the Author
Hanna Samir Kassab is Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science at Northern Michigan University, USA. He is the author of Weak States in International Relations Theory: The Cases of Armenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, Lebanon, and Cambodia (2015). He is also the co-editor and author of Reconceptualizing Security in the Americas in the Twenty-First Century (2015). He has published articles on International Relations Theory, National Security, politics of the Far-right and Nationalism, acts of Political Suicide, and Foreign Policy.