Foreign Policy Motivation
|Author||Richard W. Cottam|
|Publisher||University of Pittsburgh Pre|
|Release Date||15 January 1977|
|Rating||4/5 from 21 reviews|
Foreign policy motivation is a complex mix reflecting the fears and aspirations of publics, interest groups, bureaucratic sets, and important individuals. International conflict cannot be resolved without resolving how foreign policy is motivated. This book presents a conceptual framework for identifying and weighing foreign policy motives that shape, direct, and alter foreign policy.