Foreign Policy Restructuring: How Governments Respond to Change

Foreign Policy Restructuring How Governments Respond to Change Arguing that recent global turbulence has both produced and resulted in significant foreign policy shifts the editors of Foreign Policy Restructuring have gathered twelve essays that explore why and

  • Title: Foreign Policy Restructuring: How Governments Respond to Change
  • Author: Jerel A. Rosati
  • ISBN: 9780872499768
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • Arguing that recent global turbulence has both produced and resulted in significant foreign policy shifts, the editors of Foreign Policy Restructuring have gathered twelve essays that explore why and when governments act to redefine foreign policy The essays consider policy changes in Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel, South and North Korea, India, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Taiwan,Arguing that recent global turbulence has both produced and resulted in significant foreign policy shifts, the editors of Foreign Policy Restructuring have gathered twelve essays that explore why and when governments act to redefine foreign policy The essays consider policy changes in Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel, South and North Korea, India, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Taiwan, and the United States By examing how a variety of states responds to changes in the global environment, Foreign Policy Restructuring provides insights into the political dynamics that propel and prevent fundamental foreign policy change.

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