New Foreign Policy Complex Interactions, Competing Interests

ISBN-10: 1442220074

ISBN-13: 9781442220072

Edition: 3rd 2013 (Revised)

Authors: Laura Neack

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List price: $24.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/8/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Preface
Introduction: The New Foreign Policy
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
The Tangled Tale of Tibet
The New Foreign Policy
Defining the Subject: Foreign Policy
Selecting Entrance Points: Levels of Analysis
Worldviews and Theories
Realism
Liberalism
Marxism
Constructivism
The Bridge between International and Comparative Politics
A New Millennium
Back to the Tangled Tale of Tibet
Chapter Review
Rational Actors and National Interests
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
The Definition of "Leaders," Part 1
The Rational Decision-Making Model
Variations within Realism
Rationality, Deterrence, and "Irrationality"
Poliheuristic Theory: A Bridge to the Next Chapter?
Chapter Review
Cognition and Personality
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
The Definition of "Leaders," Part 2
Cognition: A Different View of Rationality
Belief Sets and Cognitive Structure
Operational Code
Personality
Analyzing Angela Merkel
Chapter Review
Decision Units, Small Groups, and Autonomous Groups
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
The Decision Units Framework
Predominant Leader
Decision Making within Single Groups
Multiple Autonomous Actors and Bureaucratic Politics
Chapter Review
National Self-image, Culture, and Domestic Institutions
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
Similar Countries but Different Foreign Policies?
Rosenau's Ideal Nation-Types
National Self-image
Culture and Institutions of Governance
Culture, Institutions, and the Democratic Peace
Chapter Review
Domestic Politics
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
Domestic Politics: The Critical Side of the Nested Game
Accommodate, Insulate, or Mobilize
Democratization and War
Chapter Review
Public Opinion and Media
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
Public Opinion and the Media Matter, but How?
Different Views on the Public
Managing Public Opinion
Public Opinion, the "CNN Effect," and Managed News
A Complicated Relationship: Government, Elite, Media, and the Public
Chapter Review
Great Powers in General, the United States Specifically
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
The System Level of Analysis
The Elusive Concept of Power
Who Gets to Be a Great Power?
The Great Powers and the International System
The International Order That Uncle Sam Built
American Grand Strategy
Chapter Review
Competitors, Rising Powers, and Allies
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
Gauging the Options in Unipolarity
Potential Balancers and Competitors
Major Allies
Rising Powers
Middle Powers
Weak Powers and Client States
Chapter Review
Conclusion: A Nested Game with Many Players
In This Chapter
Cases Featured in This Chapter
The Tangled Tale of Pinochet
Linkage Actors on the Rise
The Facebook Revolution
A Nested Game with Many Players
Notes
Glossary
Index
About the Author
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