Post Tagged with: "foreign policy analysis"

The Second Image Sometimes Reversed: Competing Interests in Drug Policy

The Second Image Sometimes Reversed: Competing Interests in Drug Policy

Peruvian tribulations over drug policy under Humala indicates that the U.S. should not continue to expect steadfast support for its preferred policies in the region.

A Short Note on the Use of Game Theory in Analyses of International Relations

A Short Note on the Use of Game Theory in Analyses of International Relations

Game theory has the possibility of generating new explanations for international interactions and informing the findings of other theoretical approaches.

The Relevance of Constructivism to Foreign Policy Analysis

The Relevance of Constructivism to Foreign Policy Analysis

For a long while, no logical connection was developed between the major IR theories and the study of FPA.The relationship can be investigated in three ways: through the role actors and bureaucracies play in shaping foreign policy, the process of decision-making, and the effect of international system on the conduct of foreign policy.

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