Written by nearly 25 authorities in the field, the Handbook of Global International Policy focuses on public policy issues among and within nations on every continent-comparing approaches and applications to real-world problems.
Beginning with a thorough introduction to the subject, the Handbook reviews
Table of Contents
"International Policy: An Introduction. What Price Empire? A Study of Costs and Benefits of American Involvement in Zaire During the Mobutu Era. The Conflict in Eritrea Reconsidered. Spanish Enclaves in North Africa. A Problem-Centered Approach for Understanding Foreign Policy: Some Examples from U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Southern Africa. Beginning and Ending the Cold War in East Asia. Increasing the Strategic Compatibility of the ROK and DPRK. Defense by Other Means: Australia's Arms Control and Disarmament Diplomacy. A Palestinian State: Evaluating the Risks. Nationalism Against Lost Legitimacy: Slovenes Versus the Yugoslav Military. Peacekeeping. From the Brezhnev Doctrine to Partnership: The New International Relations of Eastern Europe. Civil-Military Relations from Westphalia to the European Union. The European Public and Post--Cold War Security Policy. National Culture or International Trade? The Labour Government's Media Policies. International Integration/Subnational Conflict: The Zapatistas and International. Wars and the Military: Civil Instruments for Politics in Colombia. Elite Images and Post--Cold War Foreign Policy Decision-Making: The United States in Haiti. Emerging Trends in International Security: American Foreign Policy Options. U.S. Foreign Exchange Interventions: Domestic Politics and International Factors. Security Policy at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age: The Case of the Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Expanding the Existing Nuclear Disarmament Regime: Prospects for Bilateral U.S. Russian Cooperation. Economic Development and International Transportation Along the Border: Exploring Feasibility Issues for State and Local Governments.