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New directions in the study of foreign policy /

by Hermann, Charles F; Kegley, Charles W; Rosenau, James N.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : HarperCollins Academic, c1987Description: xiii, 538 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0043270948; 9780043270943.Subject(s): International relations -- Research | International relations -- Methodology | Gift of George Zitros
Contents:
1. Introduction. New directions and recurrent questions in the comparative study of foreign policy / James N. Rosenau -- 2. The evolution and future of theoretical research in the comparative study of foreign policy / Charles F. Hermann and Gregory Peacock -- 3. Political economy approaches to the comparative study of foreign policy / Bruce E. Moon -- 4. Toward single-country theories of foreign policy : the case of the USSR / James N. Rosenau -- 5. a lag sequential approach to the analysis of foreign policy behavior / William J. Dixon -- 6. Evaluation : a neglected task for the comparative study of foreign policy / Gregory A. Raymond -- 7. Understanding anomalous success : Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea / Davis B. Bobrow and Steve Chan -- 8. Substituting arms and alliances, 1870-1914 : an exploration in comparative foreign policy / Benjamin A. Most and Randolph M. Siverson -- 9. Dyadic case studies in the comparative study of foreign policy behavior / Neil R. Richardson -- 10. Structure and action in militarized disputes / Russell J. Leng -- 11. Opening the black box : cognitive processing and optimal choice in foreign policy decision making / Charles A. Powell, Helen E. Purkitt and James W. Dyson -- 12. Analogical reasoning and the definition of the situation : back to Snyder for concepts and forward to artificial intelligence for method / Dwain Mefford -- 13. Decision regimes and the comparative study of foreign policy / Charles W. Kegley, Jr. -- 14. Role theory and the origins of foreign policy / Stephen G. Walker -- 15. What do decision makers do when they make a foreign policy decision? : the implications for the comparative study of foreign policy / Paul A. Anderson -- 16. How decision units shape foreign policy behavior / Margaret G. Hermann, Carles F. Hermann and Joe D. Hagan -- 17. Regimes, political oppositions, and the comparative analysis of foreign policy / Joe D. Hagan -- 18. Foreign policy, learning, and war / John A. Vasquez -- 19. Cultural influences on foreign policy -- Martin W. Sampson III -- 20. Opportunity, willingness, and small states : the relationship between environment and foreign policy / Maria Papadakis and Harvey Starr -- Soviet behavior, presidential popularity, and the penetration of open political sysstems : a diachronic analysis / Eugene R. Wittkopf and Mark J. Dehaven -- 22. International organizations and foreign policy : influence and instrumentality / Margaret P. Karns and Karen A. Mingst.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 475-524) and index.

1. Introduction. New directions and recurrent questions in the comparative study of foreign policy / James N. Rosenau -- 2. The evolution and future of theoretical research in the comparative study of foreign policy / Charles F. Hermann and Gregory Peacock -- 3. Political economy approaches to the comparative study of foreign policy / Bruce E. Moon -- 4. Toward single-country theories of foreign policy : the case of the USSR / James N. Rosenau -- 5. a lag sequential approach to the analysis of foreign policy behavior / William J. Dixon -- 6. Evaluation : a neglected task for the comparative study of foreign policy / Gregory A. Raymond -- 7. Understanding anomalous success : Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea / Davis B. Bobrow and Steve Chan -- 8. Substituting arms and alliances, 1870-1914 : an exploration in comparative foreign policy / Benjamin A. Most and Randolph M. Siverson -- 9. Dyadic case studies in the comparative study of foreign policy behavior / Neil R. Richardson -- 10. Structure and action in militarized disputes / Russell J. Leng -- 11. Opening the black box : cognitive processing and optimal choice in foreign policy decision making / Charles A. Powell, Helen E. Purkitt and James W. Dyson -- 12. Analogical reasoning and the definition of the situation : back to Snyder for concepts and forward to artificial intelligence for method / Dwain Mefford -- 13. Decision regimes and the comparative study of foreign policy / Charles W. Kegley, Jr. -- 14. Role theory and the origins of foreign policy / Stephen G. Walker -- 15. What do decision makers do when they make a foreign policy decision? : the implications for the comparative study of foreign policy / Paul A. Anderson -- 16. How decision units shape foreign policy behavior / Margaret G. Hermann, Carles F. Hermann and Joe D. Hagan -- 17. Regimes, political oppositions, and the comparative analysis of foreign policy / Joe D. Hagan -- 18. Foreign policy, learning, and war / John A. Vasquez -- 19. Cultural influences on foreign policy -- Martin W. Sampson III -- 20. Opportunity, willingness, and small states : the relationship between environment and foreign policy / Maria Papadakis and Harvey Starr -- Soviet behavior, presidential popularity, and the penetration of open political sysstems : a diachronic analysis / Eugene R. Wittkopf and Mark J. Dehaven -- 22. International organizations and foreign policy : influence and instrumentality / Margaret P. Karns and Karen A. Mingst.

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