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Collegium Civitas University, Cultural Security Department Collegium Civitas, Pracownia Bezpieczeństwa Kulturowego
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Magdalena El Ghamari   

dr Magdalena El Ghamari, Collegium Civitas, Pracownia Bezpieczeństwa Kulturowego, plac Defilad 1, XII piętro, 00-901 Warszawa, Polska; tel. +48 22 65 67 18; ORCID 0000-0001-5798-7545
Publication date: 2018-07-04
 
Economic and Regional Studies 2017;10(4):96–109
 
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Subject and purpose of work: The main goal is to offer more productive approach to security culture: viewing culture as a logical system which can be understood using theories and principles developed. Materials and methods: Cultural security issue collaborative research and discovery of literature to fully exploit social networks and open source material. Results: Cultural security issue analyzes the hard and soft power of antiquities, artworks, religious monuments, and historic structures as indicators of the political economy of cultural property. Conclusions: Analyses of the political significance of historic structures and religious monuments and the licit and illicit global market for antiquities and artworks provide insights into the strategic role of cultural property in diplomacy and international security. Integrating operational cultural principles into the specific conditions is the future and will bring depth to touchstones such as “no better friend, no worse enemy,” and “first, do no harm”.
 
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