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  • Author(s) Ryan K. Beasley; Juliet Kaarbo; Jeffrey S. Lantis; Michael T. Snarr
  • Edition
  • Published04232012
  • PublisherSAGE Publications, Inc. (US)
  • ISBN9781452289090
Widely regarded as the most comprehensive comparative foreign policy text, Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective has been completely updated in this much-anticipated second edition. Exploring the foreign policies of thirteen nations—both major and emerging players, and representing all regions of the world—chapter authors link the study of international relations to domestic politics, while treating each nation according to individual histories and contemporary dilemmas. The book's accessible theoretical framework is designed to enable comparative analysis, helping students discern patterns to understand why a state acts as it does in foreign affairs.

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  • Author(s) Ryan K. Beasley; Juliet Kaarbo; Jeffrey S. Lantis; Michael T. Snarr
  • Edition
  • Published04232012
  • PublisherSAGE Publications, Inc. (US)
  • ISBN9781452289090
Widely regarded as the most comprehensive comparative foreign policy text, Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective has been completely updated in this much-anticipated second edition. Exploring the foreign policies of thirteen nations—both major and emerging players, and representing all regions of the world—chapter authors link the study of international relations to domestic politics, while treating each nation according to individual histories and contemporary dilemmas. The book's accessible theoretical framework is designed to enable comparative analysis, helping students discern patterns to understand why a state acts as it does in foreign affairs.
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