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The Relevance of Constructivism to Foreign Policy Analysis

Behravesh, Maysam LU (2011)
Abstract
For a long while, no logical connection was developed between the major International Relations (IR) theories and the study of foreign policy analysis (AFP). 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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constructivism, IR, theory, foreign, policy, analysis
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6 pages
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e-International Relations (e-IR)
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English
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