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Om utrikespolitik bortom demokratin: En introduktion till en förklarande aktör-specifik modell om utrikespolitiskt beslutsfattande i hybridregimer

Ebrahimsson, Salahaldin LU (2014) STVM25 20141
Department of Political Science
Abstract
Abstract
This study introduces an explanatory actor-specific model about foreign policy decision-making in hybrid regimes, coordinating democratic elements with autocratic traits. The inner structural, internal conditions, poses opportunities as well as constraints for the leaders capability to pursue foreign policy, affecting foreign policies and actions. Using Advocacy Coalition Framework as a theoretical take-off point, and theories about foreign policy decision group dynamics, this study increase our knowledge and awareness about how domestic political factors, as the military and the people, and the context in the decision group affect the leaders capability to pursue foreign policy in electoral autocracies. One illustration is... (More)
Abstract
This study introduces an explanatory actor-specific model about foreign policy decision-making in hybrid regimes, coordinating democratic elements with autocratic traits. The inner structural, internal conditions, poses opportunities as well as constraints for the leaders capability to pursue foreign policy, affecting foreign policies and actions. Using Advocacy Coalition Framework as a theoretical take-off point, and theories about foreign policy decision group dynamics, this study increase our knowledge and awareness about how domestic political factors, as the military and the people, and the context in the decision group affect the leaders capability to pursue foreign policy in electoral autocracies. One illustration is provided to demonstrate how the model can be used when explaining and analyzing foreign policy decision-making in this regime type; Russia´s action and decision after 9/11 to put them in closer cooperation with the US and the west in the war against global terror. This study was performed using intensive techniques and is theoretical. (Less)
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author
Ebrahimsson, Salahaldin LU
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organization
course
STVM25 20141
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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keywords
advocay Coalition Framework, aktör-specifik modell, elektorala autokratier, Hybridregimer, utrikespolitiskt beslutsfattande
language
Swedish
id
4448422
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2014-07-07 14:46:42
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  abstract     = {Abstract
This study introduces an explanatory actor-specific model about foreign policy decision-making in hybrid regimes, coordinating democratic elements with autocratic traits. The inner structural, internal conditions, poses opportunities as well as constraints for the leaders capability to pursue foreign policy, affecting foreign policies and actions. Using Advocacy Coalition Framework as a theoretical take-off point, and theories about foreign policy decision group dynamics, this study increase our knowledge and awareness about how domestic political factors, as the military and the people, and the context in the decision group affect the leaders capability to pursue foreign policy in electoral autocracies. One illustration is provided to demonstrate how the model can be used when explaining and analyzing foreign policy decision-making in this regime type; Russia´s action and decision after 9/11 to put them in closer cooperation with the US and the west in the war against global terror. This study was performed using intensive techniques and is theoretical.},
  author       = {Ebrahimsson, Salahaldin},
  keyword      = {advocay Coalition Framework,aktör-specifik modell,elektorala autokratier,Hybridregimer,utrikespolitiskt beslutsfattande},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Om utrikespolitik bortom demokratin: En introduktion till en förklarande aktör-specifik modell om utrikespolitiskt beslutsfattande i hybridregimer},
  year         = {2014},
}