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International politics; a framework for analysis

Author: K J Holsti
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1972]
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Holsti, K.J. (Kalevi Jaakko), 1935-
International politics.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1972]
(OCoLC)576024137
Online version:
Holsti, K.J. (Kalevi Jaakko), 1935-
International politics.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1972]
(OCoLC)606319976
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: K J Holsti
ISBN: 0134733975 9780134733975
OCLC Number: 284665
Description: xii, 532 pages 24 cm
Contents: 1. Approaches to the study of international politics : The development of international relations as a field of study ; Current "schools" of study in international politics ; Interdisciplinary efforts ; The need for organizing devices ; Levels of analysis ; International politics, foreign policy, and international relations ; Some biases in the study of international politics --
I. International systems : 1. International systems : International politics in the Chou dynasty, 1122 B.C.-221 B.C ; The external politics of the Greek city-states, 800 B.C. --
322 B.C. ; International politics in Renaissance Italy --
2. The western state systems : The international politics of eighteenth-century Europe ; The international system of the nineteenth century ; The contemporary international system ; The major rules of the modern system ; Factors of stability, instability, and change in the contemporary system ; Types of international systems --
II. Foreign policy outputs : 1. Foreign policy orientations and national roles : Isolation ; Strategies of nonalignment ; Diplomatic coalitions and military alliances ; National roles and role conceptions --
2. Foreign policy objectives : Types of objectives is historical systems ; "Core" interests and values ; Middle-range objectives ; Long-range goals ; Objectives, national roles, and orientations --
3. Foreign policy actions: power, capability, and influence : Capabilities ; The measurement of capabilities ; Variables affecting the exercise of influence ; How influence is exercised ; Patterns of influence in the international system --
4. The instruments of policy: diplomatic bargaining : The institutions, rules, and personnel of diplomacy ; The functions of diplomats ; The purposes of diplomatic communication ; The negotiating process: preliminaries ; The negotiating process: inducing agreement ; The negotiating process: diplomatic styles --
5. The instruments of policy: propaganda : What is propaganda ; Selecting the target: whose attitudes can be changed? ; Creating impact ; Soviet propaganda ; Egypt's radio propaganda ; The effectiveness of propaganda in international politics --
6. Economic instruments of policy : Objectives of international economic policies ; Techniques of economic reward and punishment ; Economic rewards and punishments in operation ; Economic penetration and establishment of dependencies ; Economic warfare ; Foreign aid as an economic instrument of policy --
7. Clandestine actions and military intervention : Modern conditions that encourage intervention ; Diplomatic interference in internal affairs ; Clandestine political action ; Demonstrations of force ; Subversion ; Guerrilla (unconventional) warfare ; Military intervention --
8. Weapons, war, and political influence : Weapons as instruments of policy ; The spread of nuclear weapons ; Deterrence as a form of inter-nation influence ; Deterrence in crisis situations ; Deterrence strategies. III. Explanations of foreign policy outputs : 1. Explanations of foreign policy outputs : Sources of foreign policy orientations and roles ; Explanation of objectives, decisions, and actions ; Images, attitudes, values, beliefs, and personal needs as components of a definition of the situation ; System structure, systemic values, and conditions abroad as components of a definition of the situation ; Domestic needs ; National attributes and behavior as explanations of foreign policy outputs ; Objectives and capabilities ; Foreign policy objectives, decisions, and actions as a function of public opinion ; Bureaucratic needs, values, and traditions ; Relationships among the components --
2. Law and world opinion in explanations of foreign policy : Use of legal norms in preindustrial international systems ; The growth of European international law ; Contemporary international law: the source and existence of legal norms and restraints ; The use of law in the pursuit of foreign policy objectives ; Foreign expectations and "world public opinion" as factors in policy making --
3. Ethics in explanations of foreign policy : Ethics, morality, and values as psychological and cultural restraints ; Ethical components of foreign policy outputs ; Ethics as a function of the pattern of relations between nations --
IV. Major forms of interaction between states : 1. The interaction of states: conflict and conflict resolution : Incidence of inter-state violence ; Characteristics of violent conflicts, crisis and competition ; Parties, issue fields, attitudes, and actions in international conflict: the record since 1919 ; The outcomes of international conflict ; The outcomes of international conflict, 1919-1965 ; Institutions and procedures for resolving international conflicts ; The use of settlement institutions and procedures, 1919-1965 ; Institutions and procedures for resolving international conflicts ; The use of settlement institutions and procedures, 1919-1965 ; Resolving conflicts and disputes in the United Nations ; The role of the secretary-general ; The United Nations and Pacific settlement: success or failure? ; Resolving international conflict through adjudication --
2. Major forms of interaction: collaboration : Characteristics of collaboration ; Contexts within which collaboration takes place ; Collaboration and problem solving between Ottawa and Washington ; Collaboration and bargaining in Brussels ; Collaboration, security communities, and peace.
Responsibility: [by] K.J. Holsti.
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