Foreign Policy and National Interest
This book is concerned with foreign policy, that is to say, with the use of different resources by states for achieving various kinds of gain in their relations with other states. Attention will be paid both to noneconomic foreign policy which primarily involves action designed to relate national purposes to the foreign political and military environment, and economic foreign policy which, in the main, serves the same function regarding the international economic environment. Analytically speaking, governments employ political and military means toward achieving economic as well as political and military ends; and they use economic means toward serving political and military as well as economic ends. Our principal focus is on these interrelationships.
KeywordsPublic Good Foreign Policy National Interest Effective Demand Putative Power
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