The Foreign Policy Process in Britain

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The Foreign Policy Process in Britain

By William Wallace
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1976
320 pp.

A major study of the origins and constraints of foreign policy, the mechanics of its evolution, and the pattern of its execution in certain key areas. A British scholar regrets the absence of sharp, clear-cut debate on foreign policy issues and offers some recommendations for reform.

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