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  5. Philippines Foreign Policy and Government Guide (Russia Industrial Library) by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  6. Ecuador Foreign Policy and Government Guide (World Business Law Handbook Library) by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
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  9. Kiribati Foreign Policy And Government Guide by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  10. United Arab Emirates Foreign Policy And Government Guide by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
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  13. Slovakia Foreign Policy and Government Guide by Ibp Usa, USA International Business Publications, 2009-01-01
  14. Lesotho Foreign Policy and Government Guide by Ibp Usa, USA International Business Publications, 2009-01-01

1. Government 311 United States Foreign Policy
Government 311 United States Foreign Policy Return to Syllabi List.Fall 2002 Professor Douglas Foyle. TTh 10301150 Office 307 PAC.
Government 311 United States Foreign Policy
Return to Syllabi List Fall 2002 Professor Douglas Foyle TTh 10:30-11:50 Office: 307 PAC Class Location: BTFD A414 Phone: 685-5049 Home Page: Email: Office Hours: 2-3, TTh and by appointment Course Description
This course provides a survey of the content and formulation of American foreign policy with an emphasis on the period after World War II. It considers the sources of American foreign policy including the international system, societal factors, government processes, and individual decision makers. The course begins with a consideration of major trends in U.S. foreign policy after World War II. With a historical base established, the major institutions and actors in American foreign policy are considered. The course concludes with an examination of the challenges and opportunities that face U.S. decision makers in building a new approach to foreign policy and coping with the post-September 11 context. A significant component of the course is the intensive discussion of specific foreign policy decisions. It is assumed that students have a basic understanding of the American system of government.

2. Government 314 Public Opinion And Foreign Policy
Government 314 Public Opinion and Foreign Policy. Return to Syllabi List.Fall 2001 Professor Douglas Foyle. MW 110230 Office 307 PAC.
Government 314 Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Return to Syllabi List Fall 2001 Professor Douglas Foyle MW 1:10-2:30 Office: 307 PAC Class Location: PAC 422 Phone: 685-5049 Home Page: Email: Office Hours: W 3-5 and by appointment Course Description The relationship between leaders and the public remains a core concern of democratic theorists and political observers. This course examines the nature of public views on foreign policy, the ability of the public to formulate reasoned and interconnected perspectives on the issues of the day, and the public's influence on foreign policy decisions. The main focus is on the United States. The role of the media and international events in shaping public perspectives and public attitudes toward important issues such as internationalism and isolationism, the use of force, and trade will be evaluated. Finally, the sources of public opinion in the eyes of officials and the public's influence on their decisions will be considered across a range of issues including the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, and international trade. Students are strongly encouraged to stay current with foreign policy developments through reading one of the major newspapers (e.g.

3. GOVERNMENT: Powell Highlights Role Of Science In Foreign Policy
GOVERNMENT Powell Highlights Role of Science in Foreign Policy. FY, The AmericanInstitute of Physics Bulletin of Science Policy News Number 72 June 17, 2002.
Volume 6, Issue 13 - June 26, 2002
GOVERNMENT: Powell Highlights Role of Science in Foreign Policy
FY, The American Institute of Physics Bulletin of Science Policy News
Number 72: June 17, 2002 "Science and statecraft...can and must work together for a safer, healthier, better world, in many more areas than the ones I just mentioned missile defense, climate change, energy, you name it," declared Secretary of State Colin Powell at the annual meeting of the National Academy of Sciences. He urged the gathering of scientists to help the State Department to "keep...abreast of breakthroughs like genetically modified foods that can help fulfill the promise of a prosperous, healthy, stable world," and "to comprehend, to anticipate, and to guard against the dangers that can befall us should technologies fall into the hands of those who would use them to do harm." Selected excerpts from Powell's April 30 speech follow. The "//" indicates where paragraphs have been combined in the interest of space: "...[Y]ou don't have Secretary of State to survey the 21st-century terrain and see that science and technology must inform and support our foreign policymaking in this challenging world that we live in. Whether the mission is supporting the President's campaign against terrorism, implementing arms agreements, creating conditions for sustainable development, or stemming the global HIV/AIDS pandemic, the formulation of our foreign policy must proceed from a solid scientific foundation."

4. Mirror Of: Government 394: COMPARATIVE FOREIGN POLICY
Government 394 Comparative Foreign Policy. Matthew Evangelista Spring 1997. Government394 Comparative Foreign Policy. Matthew Evangelista Spring 1997.
Government 394: Comparative Foreign Policy
Matthew Evangelista Spring 1997 telephone: 255-8672 Tuesdays and Thursdays, email: 10:10 - 11:25 am Office: McGraw B-3 Office Hours: Tuesdays, 12:30 - 2:30 pm, by appt.
Readings . Course readings include articles and chapters available in a coursepack. The coursepack will also be on reserve at the undergraduate library.
Three books will be read nearly in their entirety; they have been ordered at the bookstores.
Fred Block, The Origins of International Economic Disorder: A Study of United States International Monetary Policy from World War II to the Present (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1977).
Melvyn P. Leffler, The Specter of Communism: The United States and the Origins of the Cold War, 1917-1953 (New York: Hill and Wang, 1994).
Thomas Risse-Kappen, ed., Bringing Transnational Relations Back In (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1995).
Requirements : The course emphasizes writing as one of the most effective tools for learning to analyze international politics and foreign policy. Writing helps students improve their ability to relate evidence to arguments, and to evaluate particular cases in light of general theoretical frameworks. Class attendance is required, both for discussing arguments and new material not found in the readings and for learning effective strategies for writing papers. Formal course requirements include three short papers of maximum five-pages length; one (optional) rewrite of a previous paper; and one ten-page paper. The due dates are as follows:

5. Welcome To The Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Of Japan Web Site!
Official government ministry homepage with visa information, events, announcements and foreign policy Category Regional Asia National Ministry of foreign Affairs...... Statement by foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi on the Nomination of Prime Ministerof the Palestinian Authority. The government of Japan welcomes nomination of
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I. Non-project grant aid to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
II. Telephone conversation between Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi and Secretary of State Colin Powell of USA
III. Appointment of Ambassador in Charge of Conflict and Refugee-related Issues in Africa
IV. Travel advice concerning severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)
V. Visit by Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi to China More... Non-Project Grant Aid to Jordan The Government of Japan has decided to extend 6 billion yen as non-project grant aid to the Government of Jordan. Notes to this effect were exchanged on April 6 in Amman, More... Appointment of Ambassador in Charge of Conflict and Refugee-related Issues in Africa On April 7, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan appointed Mr. Keitaro Sato, as Ambassador in Charge of Conflict and Refugee-related Issues in Africa. More...

6. Vincent Ferraro, Resources For The Study Of International Relations And Foreign
Resources for the Study of International Relations and foreign policy. Relating to American foreign policyDemocracy and foreign policy. Documents Relating Attitudes, Americans and the World. Project on government Oversight. The Rand Corporation
Vincent Ferraro
Ruth C. Lawson Professor of International Politics
Mount Holyoke College
AB, Dartmouth College; MIA, Columbia University; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 103 Skinner Hall,
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Support for this page came from the Hewlett International Studies Grant to Mount Holyoke College. I wish to thank the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for their generous assistance. I also want to acknowledge the help I have received from Christine Gora and Urszula Sedzikowski, two extraordinarily capable and congenial colleagues. Curriculum vitae
Link to the Official Mount Holyoke College International Relations Program Page Link to the Unofficial Mount Holyoke College International Relations Program Page
Useful Links Documents Governmental Home Pages ...
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Papers and Speeches "Ideals And International Relations," A Talk to the Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire, 3 March 2003 "Saving the World," Convocation Address at the Pomfret Shool, Pomfret, CT, 14 September 2002 The Policy Implications of Global Economic Inequity, A Talk Delivered to the Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies 1996 Summer Faculty Institute on World Security Affairs, Friday, 14 June 1996 Vincent Ferraro, "The Challenge of Tradition," A Talk to the Mount Holyoke College European Alumnae Council ...
Amsterdam, 22 March 1997

7. Foreign & Commonwealth Office Home
Includes information for UK citizens travelling abroad and a regularly updated archive of speeches, Category Regional Europe government International Affairs...... policy, Shortcut Menu. The UK government department responsible for foreign affairs
Shortcut Menu Careers with the FCO Country Profiles Foreign Embassies in the UK Iraq Latest News Speeches Travel Advice UK Embassies Overseas UKVisas The UK Government department responsible for foreign affairs. We work through our London Headquarters and our network of Embassies, High Commissions and Consulates throughout the world. LATEST HEADLINES Travel
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8. Radical Middle Political Newsletter: Thoughtful Idealism, Informed Hope
Ezine covering policy issues, conferences, and books in the fields of politics, government, law, business, and foreign affairs. Edited by Mark Satin.
Radical Middle Newsletter
Idealism Without Illusions NEWSLETTER: HOME About Us Site Map Subscribe Now! ... About Our Sponsor, the Center for Visionary Law Radical Middle, edited by Mark Satin , is an old fashioned hard copy newsletter that covers policy issues, conferences, and books in the fields of politics, government, law, business, and foreign affairs. Our focus is on holistic, sustainable proposals that transcend politics-as-usual AND bitter alienation; our goal is an economically, culturally, racially, and politically integrated world. For more about us, click HERE To log onto some articles from the print version gratis, scroll down this screen. And to view readers' responses (or contribute your own), click HERE And to find 15 thoughtful, radical middle perspectives on the WAR IN IRAQ, click HERE Radical Middle
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Radical Middle Congress' Top Visionaries: Reps. Filner and Frank and Sen. Tim Johnson
All over Washington, groups like the ACLU created scorecards of the 107th Congress that were carefully calculated to make liberals the "winners." On parallel track, groups like the Christian Coalition created scorecards that made conservatives the winners. We created a scorecard that tracked 100 radical middle pieces of legislation and uncovered a whole new set of thoughtful and visionary champions. "I [have] the vision of a radical pragmatist. I affirm whatever I think has the best chance of . . . being both inspirational and unsentimental" Stanley Crouch

9. Foreign & Commonwealth Office Travel
are helping British nationals. It is one of the most important partsof the government's foreign policy. In 2001, our 1,600 consular
News Country Advice Risk of Terrorism Before You Go ... Contact Us Shortcut Menu Careers with the FCO Country Profiles Foreign Embassies in the UK Iraq Latest News Speeches Travel Advice UK Embassies Overseas UKVisas
The FCO's consular service is a major operation. Every hour of every day our consular staff around the world are helping British nationals. It is one of the most important parts of the Government's foreign policy. In 2001, our 1,600 consular staff helped over 52,000 British travellers and issued over 434,000 passports. The Travel section of this website contains a wealth of information for anyone planning a trip overseas. Our Country Advice is based on the best and most up-to-date information available to us. The advice is designed to help British travellers and citizens to take their own decisions about their travel plans. It deliberately focuses on the potential risks and problems involved in travel overseas. But the overwhelming majority of visits are of course trouble-free. Follow the links to access the following:
Country Advice
– official Foreign Office travel advice on over 200 countries, country-specific Travellers' Tips, and links to

10. Perspicacity & Paradigms Online Home Page
Perspectives on current events, U.S. and global issues, including human rights, foreign policy, terrorism, defense, humanitarian service, trade, environment, domestic politics, and ethics in government and business.
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"Bringing Clarity and Acuity to Vital Issues
and Events at Home and Around the Globe" Perspicacity:
[pers-pi- cass -ity] Clear
insight; Acute mental vision.
Paradigms: [pair-a-dimes]
Perspectives; Viewpoints;
Ways of seeing things. Current Contents
(Click on title to view complete article.) IRAQ:
A War of Compassion

Saddam views the value we place on human life as a weakness to be exploited. His strategy will fail because he has underestmated American resolve and because he fails to recognize one all-important truth: Our compassion is our strength. By Rand Green Saturday, March 29, 2003) IRAQ: President Says Saddam Hussein Must Leave Iraq Complete Text of President Bush's Remarks to the Nation on March 17, 2003 IRAQ: Going Into Iraq Without the UN: America's Sovereign Right to Self-Defense For 12 years, Saddam Hussein has violated his parole. It is time to revoke that parole and impose the sentence that he justly deserves. By Rand Green (Monday, March 17, 2003)

11. Foreign Government Resources On The Web [Frame Enhanced]
University of Michigan Documents Center provides links to governments, constitutions, embassies and statistics. foreign government Resources on the Web Elections. Embassies. Flags. foreign policy. foreignCountries. United States
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Issues Korean money, monetary and credit policy, and acts as government's bank. Also maintains price stability and manages foreign exchange reserves. With links on economy, finance, statistics, and news.
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13. Safety And Security For Canadians | Canada Site
Includes news releases by the Canadian government, speeches by the Prime Minister, information on security measures and on Canadian foreign policy.

14. Welcome To AEI
Conducts policy research supportive of limited government, private enterprise, vital cultural and political institutions, and a strong US foreign policy and national defense. Profiles of scholars, publications and commentary, research area descriptions, annual report, newsletter, and bookstore available.
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Founded in 1943 and located in Washington, D.C., the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) is one of America's largest and most respected "think tanks." [ learn more Poland Is a Friend Indeed By Radek Sikorski Posted: April 7, 2003 Syria and Iran Must Get Their Turn By Michael A. Ledeen Posted: April 7, 2003 The Streets of Baghdad By Thomas Donnelly , Molly McKew Posted: April 7, 2003
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15. Department Of Foreign Affairs Home Page
Details information on foreign policy, Missions and foreign Affairs news of the South African government.
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16. U.S. Government Documents - Foreign Policy Resources
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U.S. Government Documents
Foreign Policy Resources Research Guides/Bibliographies Directories Background Information Indexes and Abstracts ... Research Institutes
This is a selective guide to resources at Columbia University Libraries and on the Internet, for conducting research on United States foreign policy. Most of the items referred to here are available either in the Documents Service Center (DSC) or Lehman Library. For other locations and titles, check CLIO. Use CLIO to access government documents in the Documents Service Center (DSC). Prior to 1976, documents are mostly located in Butler Library and can be located through the Butler Card Catalog.
A related resource is the Treaty Resources guide.
Access Restrictions
: available to current Columbia faculty, staff and students only.
Research Guides/Bibliographies
Bemis, Samuel Flagg.
Guide to the Diplomatic History of the United States, 1775-1921.
Washington : GPO, 1935.
R016.973 B424 - Butler Reference
Z 6465.U5 B4 Barnard Reference
Black, J. L.

17. Välisministeerium
Includes details of foreign policy, government and ministries, publications, press releases and EU relations.
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18. Republic Of Turkey, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs
Information about Turkey, news from the country, as well as documentation on the foreign policy of Turkey.Category Regional Middle East Turkey government...... Peace at Home, Peace in the World. Kemal Atatürk. The Ministry. foreign policy.News Newspapers. All About Turkey. Turkish foreign policy A Synopsis.
"Peace at Home, Peace in the World." Kemal Atatürk
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Turkish Economy Millenniums of Culture Web Sites of Turkish Missions Holiday News From Turkey Important Links News Summaries Turkish English Address : Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Balgat 06100 Ankara - Turkey E-mail : Tel : 0090 312 292 10 00

19. Foreign & Commonwealth Office Human Rights
UK government site focuses on human rights as central theme of its foreign policy. The FCO is committed to promoting human rights throughout the world.
Environment Human Rights What are Human Rights? News ... UK Overseas Territories Shortcut Menu Careers with the FCO Country Profiles Foreign Embassies in the UK Iraq Latest News Speeches Travel Advice UK Embassies Overseas UKVisas
Part of the FCO's strategy is to work through international forums and bilateral relationships to spread the values of human rights, civil liberties and democracy which we in the UK demand for ourselves.
Human Rights Policy Department (HRPD) is the central point of advice and expertise on human rights in the FCO and leads on thematic human rights issues. We advise on general principles and the consistency of approach throughout the work of the FCO.
The former Foreign Secretary undertook to publish an annual report on human rights from 1998 onwards. All human rights reports are available on the Reports page.
This site also allows people to search our database of projects that we are supporting around the world through the dedicated Human Rights Project Fund, demonstrating our commitment to human rights.
The Events Diary provides details of key events and analysis relating to our human rights efforts between January 1999 and December 2002. The

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