This text provides an introduction to the ever-changing field of foreign policy. Combining theories, actors, and cases, chapters provide an interesting introduction to what foreign policy is and how it is conducted. With an emphasis throughout on grounding theory in empirical examples, the text features a section dedicated to relevant and topical case studies where foreign policy analysis approaches and theories are applied. Chapters clearly convey the connection between international relations theory, political science, and the development of foreign policy analysis, emphasizing the key debates in the academic community. New chapters focus on such topics as public diplomacy, and media and public opinion. A new case study on Syria examines the forms of intervention that have and have not been adopted by the international community.
Keywords:foreign policy, foreign policy analysis, international relations theory, political science, public diplomacy, media, public opinion, Syria, intervention
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- Front Matter
- Introduction Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield, and Tim Dunne
- Section 1 Foreign policy analysis: Theoretical and historical perspectives
- Section 2 Analysing foreign policy: Actors, context, and goals
- Section 3 Foreign policy case studies
- End Matter