政治的変化の中での対外政策の役割<br>The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy

政治的変化の中での対外政策の役割
The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy

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基本説明

It argues that despite the forces of globalization foreign policy is an essential part of the life of any state and a focal point for both political agency and democratic accountability.

Full Description


This is an introduction to, and interpretation and reassessment of, the nature of foreign policy in the light of changing political conditions, international and domestic. It argues that despite the forces of globalization foreign policy is an essential part of the life of any state and a focal point for both political agency and democratic accountability.

Table of Contents

        List of Tables                             x
List of Figures xi
List of Abbreviations xii
Acknowledgements xiv
Preface xvii
Foreign Policy in International Relations 1 (24)
An initial definition 3 (2)
Competing approaches 5 (6)
The changing international context 11 (4)
The challenge to foreign policy analysis 15 (4)
Argument and structure 19 (6)
The Politics of Foreign Policy 25 (26)
Agency and structure 25 (5)
The state, sovereignty and foreign policy 30 (7)
Between home and abroad 37 (3)
Foreign policy for whom? 40 (3)
Expectations of foreign policy 43 (3)
The diversity of states 46 (5)
PART I AGENCY
Actors: the Responsible Decision-makers 51 (21)
Who governs, in foreign policy? 53 (3)
The foreign policy executive 56 (7)
Cabinets, Security Councils and Politburos 63 (3)
Intelligence: a special case? 66 (3)
Leading responsibly 69 (3)
Agents: Bureaucracy and the Proliferation of 72 (25)
External Relations
Agents not agency 73 (2)
Bureaucracy and foreign policy 75 (1)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs 76 (6)
Proliferating rivals 82 (3)
The theory of bureaucratic politics 85 (7)
The heart of the matter -- organizational 92 (3)
process
Politicians and officials: can the dog be 95 (2)
separated from his tail?
Rationality in Foreign Policy 97 (30)
Rationality in policy-making 98 (4)
Bounded rationality 102 (5)
Non-decisions in foreign policy 107 (1)
The psychological factor 108 (8)
The power of historical thinking 116 (2)
Own goals 118 (5)
Avoiding the worst 123 (4)
Implementation: Translating Decisions and 127 (32)
Capabilities into Actions
More than a technicality 127 (2)
Power and foreign policy 129 (5)
The spectrum of means 134 (4)
Diplomacy 138 (5)
The military arm 143 (5)
Economic statecraft 148 (4)
Culture 152 (2)
Seeking balance 154 (5)
PART II THE INTERNATIONAL
Living in the Anarchical Society 159 (28)
The outside world 159 (7)
Material conditions 166 (5)
Semi-material conditions -- or the politics 171 (3)
of human geography
Political interdependence 174 (9)
Opting out and other forms of resistance 183 (3)
System change 186 (1)
Transnational Reformulations 187 (32)
A transnational environment 189 (5)
A taxonomy of actors 194 (9)
Foreign policy and transnational actors: a 203 (5)
model
Linkage politics 208 (6)
Confusing responsibilities 214 (5)
PART III RESPONSIBILITY
The Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy 219 (31)
Sources, constraints and actors 220 (4)
Complications from domestic events 224 (6)
Constitutional structures 230 (5)
Autres regimes, autres mæurs? 235 (5)
Class, development and foreign policy 240 (8)
Foreign policy as output -- and choice 248 (2)
The Constituencies of Foreign Policy 250 (33)
Accountability versus the security state 251 (11)
Public opinion 262 (6)
Interest groups and the mobilization of 268 (5)
civil society
The media as gatekeepers 273 (6)
The rise of public diplomacy 279 (2)
In conclusion 281 (2)
On Purpose in Foreign Policy: Action, Choice 283 (25)
and Responsibility
Action 286 (6)
Choice 292 (5)
Responsibility 297 (7)
Hopes and prospects 304 (4)
Notes and References 308 (54)
Index 362