|Title||Foreign policy : Theories, actors, cases|
|Author||edited by Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield and Tim Dunne|
|Imprint||Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012|
|Descript||xxviii, 543p. : ill ; 25 cm|
The history and evolution of foreign policy analysis. -- Realism and foreign policy. -- Liberalism and foreign policy. -- Constructivism and foreign policy. -- Discourse analysis, post-structuralism, and foreign policy. -- Actors, structures, and foreign policy analysis. -- Foreign policy decision making: rational, psychological, and neurological models. -- Implementation and behaviour. -- The role of media and public opinion. -- The primacy of national security. -- Economic statecraft. -- Duties beyond borders. -- Teaching foreign policy cases. -- The Cuban missile crisis. -- Canada and antipersonnel landmines: the case for human security as a foreign policy priority. -- Neoconservatism and the domestic sources of American foreign policy: the rol of ideas in operation Iraqi freedom. -- Chian and the Tian'anmen bloodshed of June 1989. -- India and the World Trade Organization. -- Rising Brazil and South America. -- Australia and global climate change. -- Israeli-Egyptian (in)security: the Yom Kippur War. -- Blair's Britain and the road to war in Iraq. -- Energy and foreign policy:EU-Russia energy dynamics. -- New actors, new foreign policy: EU and enlargement.
|Political Science Library||327.1 F714 2012||CHECK SHELVES|
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