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Foreign Policy

Theories Actors Cases

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This major new textbook introduces students to the dynamic and evolving field of foreign policy. The book opens with a consideration of different theoretical and historical perspectives; it then focuses on a range of actors and the goals they seek to advance; and it ends with a series of case studies involving issues and crises relating to a wide range of different countries Foreign Policy: Theories, Actors, Cases is timely given the growing significance of foreign policy in the post-9/11 world. It will be essential reading for all students new to foreign policy. The book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre. Student resources: Timeline Web links Flashcard glossary Instructor resources: Three case studies PowerPoint slides

Table of Contents

Preface; Introduction; SECTION 1: FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS: THEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES; 1. The History and Evolution of Foreign Policy Analysis; 2. Realism and Foreign Policy; 3. Liberalism and Foreign Policy; 4. Constructivism and Foreign Policy; SECTION 2: ANALYSING FOREIGN POLICY: ACTORS, CONTEXT AND GOALS; 5. Actors, Structures and Foreign Policy Analysis; 6. Foreign Policy Decision Making: Rational, Psychological, and Neurological Models; 7. Implementation and Behaviour; 8. The Role of Media and Public Opinion; 9. The Primacy of National Security; 10. Economic Statecraft; 11. Duties Beyond Borders; SECTION 3: FOREIGN POLICY CASE STUDIES; 12. The Cuban Missile Crisis; 13. Canada and Antipersonnel Landmines; 14. Neoconservatism and the Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy; 15. India and the World Trade Organisation; 16. Israeli-Egyptian (In)security: The Yom Kippur War; 17. China and the Tian'anmen Bloodshed Of June 1989; 18. Energy and Foreign Policy: EU-Russia Energy Dynamics; 19. Britain and the Gathering Storm over Iraq; 20. New Actors, New Foreign Policy: EU And Enlargement; Conclusion: Teaching Foreign Policy Case Studies
Release date NZ
December 20th, 2007
Contributors
Edited by Amelia Hadfield Edited by Steve Smith Edited by Timothy Dunne
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
figures, boxes, tables
Imprint
Oxford University Press
Pages
480
Dimensions
188x245x20
ISBN-13
9780199215294
Product ID
1832703

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