Section 1: Foreign Policy Analysis: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield and Tim Dunne: Introduction Section 1: Foreign policy analysis; Theoretical and historical perspectives1: Valerie M. Hudson: The history and evolution of foreign policy analysis 2: William C. Wohlforth: Realism and Foreign Policy 3: Michael W. Doyle: Liberalism and Foreign Policy 4: Trine Flockhart: Constructivism and Foreign Policy 5: Lene Hansen: Discourse Analysis, post-structuralism, and Foreign Policy Section 2: Analysing foreign policy: Actors, context and goals 6: Walter Carlsnaes: Actors, structures and foreign policy analysis 7: Janice Gross Stein: Foreign policy decision making: Rational, psychological, and neurological models 8: Elisabetta Brighi & Christopher Hill: Implementation and behaviour 9: Caitlin Byrne: Public diplomacy 10: Piers Robinson: The role of media and public opinion 11: Brian C. Schmidt: The primacy of national security 12: Michael Mastanduno: Economic statecraft 13: Michael Barnett: Duties beyond borders Section 3: Foreign policy case studies 14: Graham Allison: The Cuban Missile Crisis 15: Lloyd Axworthy: Canada and antipersonnel landmines: the case for human security as a foreign policy priority 16: Yuen Foong Khong: Neoconservatism and the domestic sources of American foreign policy: the role of ideas in Operation Iraqi Freedom 17: Rosemary Foot: China and the Tian'anmen Crisis of June 1989 18: Amrita Narlikar: India and the World Trade Organization 19: Arlene B. Tickner: Rising Brazil and South America 20: Matt McDonald: Australia and global climate change 21: Gareth Stansfield: Israeli-Egyptian (in)security: The Yom Kippur War 22: Lisbeth Aggestam: What kind of power? European Union enlargement and beyond 23: Amelia Hadfield: Energy and foreign policy: EU-Russia energy dynamics 24: Karin Aggestam and Tim Dunne: The failure of diplomacy and protection in Syria
Sir Steve Smith is Vice-Chancellor and Professor of International Relations at the University of Exeter. Amelia Hadfield is Jean Monnet Chair in European Foreign Affairs, Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEFEUS), Canterbury Christ Church University. Tim Dunne is Executive Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor of International Relations at the University of Queensland.
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