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Title Democratic foreign policy making : problems of divided government and international cooperation / Robert Pahre, editor
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006

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Description xii, 243 pages ; 22 cm
Contents 1. Divided government and international cooperation : an overview / Robert Pahre -- 2. Domestic veto institutions, divided government, and the status quo : a spatial model of two-level games with complete information / Thomas H. Hammond and Brandon C. Prins -- 3. Do democracies trade more freely? / B. Peter Rosendorff -- 4. Divided government and international cooperation in the nineteenth century / Robert Pahre -- 5. Divided government and the ratification of the Amsterdam Treaty / Simon Hug and Thomas Konig -- 6. Divided government and the resolution of territorial disputes / Todd Allee and Paul Huth -- 7. Conclusion : democracy and foreign policy / Robert Pahre
Summary "In this volume, eight leading scholars from the United States and the European Union examine how democracies make foreign policy when their citizens disagree about what to do. The authors focus in particular on differences of opinion between the legislature and the executive - often called "divided government" - and the constraints of public opinion on a leader's actions. They show that domestic disagreements render foreign policy making better or worse in different political settings."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Divided government.
Democracy.
International cooperation.
Author Pahre, Robert.
LC no. 2006048338
ISBN 1403974578