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How foreign policy is made

Author: Kurt London
Publisher: New York : D. Van Nostrand Co., [1949]
Series: Van Nostrand political science series.
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London, Kurt, 1900-1985.
How foreign policy is made.
New York, D. Van Nostrand Co. [1949]
(OCoLC)577470908
Online version:
London, Kurt, 1900-1985.
How foreign policy is made.
New York, D. Van Nostrand Co. [1949]
(OCoLC)609422904
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kurt London
OCLC Number: 1561380
Description: x, 277 pages : diagrams (some folded) ; 23 cm.
Contents: I. The elements of foreign policy : 1. The meaning of foreign policy : Introduction ; Definition ; Basic elements : Physical geography ; Economic geography ; Human geography (demography) ; Technology and ideology ; The “national mind” ; Geopolitical summary --
2. Factors contributing to foreign policy making : Domestic politics ; Public opinion ; Economic policy ; Military factors ; Other government agencies --
3. Sources of information : Meaning of intelligence ; Gathering of intelligence ; Processing of intelligence --
II. The formulation of foreign policy : 4. Originating organs : United States : The president and Congress in foreign affairs ; The secretary of state and his “little cabinet” ; The department of state. Great Britain : The crown, the cabinet, and Parliament in foreign affairs ; The secretary of state for foreign affairs ; The foreign office. France : Constitutional issues regarding conduct of foreign affairs ; The minister of foreign affairs and his cabinet ; The ministry of foreign affairs. Nazi Germany, a post-mortem : Control of ideological dictatorship over foreign relations ; The organization of the Nazi foreign ministry. The Soviet Union : Controlling powers and ideological factors ; The foreign minister and his advisory bodies ; The organization of the minindel --
5. Techniques of policy formulation : Over-all considerations ; Area work ; Regional and global co-ordination ; Global aspects --
III. The execution of foreign policy : 6. Executing organs : The meaning of diplomacy ; Organization of the diplomatic corps ; The diplomatic hierarchy ; The consular service ; Foreign service organization --
7. Techniques of implementation : Diplomatic communications ; Diplomatic sanctions ; Propaganda: information, cultural relations, psychological warfare --
IV. National foreign policy and international organization : 8. Sovereignty and the United Nations --
9. Organization of national foreign policy for the United Nations : Administration ; Representation.
Series Title: Van Nostrand political science series.
Responsibility: [by] Kurt London with collaboration of Kent Ives.

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