A social constructivist point of review is that neorealism would not pay enough attention to cultural traditions and identity. With no doubts are those influences crucial in a very wide range of processes researched by social sciences. However, there are some events that are to a great extent not triggered on a socio-cultural level. The fall of the Soviet Union was rather unlikely triggered by the performance of David Hasselhoff next to the Berlin Wall singing of values of freedom (1989). It is more likely that it was the demise of capabilities, the inability to adapt and the disastrous economic situation that led to the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Or may David Hasselhoff's hymn of liberal values magically stir up oppressed citizen to a coup d'état? If so he would probably be prohibited from singing in the People's Republic of China until today.©


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