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Foreign policy decision-making

Foreign policy decision-making

an approach to the study of international politics

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Published by Free Press of Glencoe in [New York] .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Richard C. Snyder, H.W. Bruck and Burton Sapin.
ContributionsSnyder, Richard C., Bruck, H. W., Sapin, Burton.
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Paginationvii,274p. :
Number of Pages274
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Open LibraryOL20073320M


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Foreign policy decision-making by Richard Carlton Snyder,Free Press of Glencoe edition, in EnglishPages:   Indeed, in Foreign Policy Decision-Making, Snyder and colleagues called what they were doing a “perspective on international relations” (Snyder, Bruck, and Sapin ) and the subtitle of their book was originally “Decision-Making as an Approach to the Study of International Relations.” In reality, the notion that a theory of IR must Cited by: •The book, published inis a revised and enlarged edition of his earlier work, Victims of Groupthink: A psychological study of Foreign-Policy Decisions and Fiascoes published in •In it he proposes that in group decision making scenarios, participants are often susceptible to File Size: KB.