The Foreign Policies of the Global South: Rethinking Conceptual Frameworks
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003 - 221 Seiten
Seeking to refocus thinking about the behavior of the global south (third world) states in international affairs, this book explores contending explanations of global south foreign policy and strategy. The authors draw on both traditional approaches and newer conceptualizations in foreign policy analysis, contributing to the development of an integrated theoretical framework. Examples from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Arab world enrich the analysis.
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Assessing Current Conceptual and Empirical Approaches
Integrating Political Economy
Toward a Global South Framework
Making Room for the Smallest States
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