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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis: 2-volume set

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Cameron G. Thies
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  • It contains the most comprehensive overview of the major theories and approaches to the study of foreign policy analysis currently available.
  • The articles, by leading authorities in the field, are written to be accessible to both a scholarly audience as well as to those outside the academy, including professionals at think tanks and in policy making communities.
  • Articles are published both in print and online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, a living reference resource.
  • All articles are commissioned under the editorial leadership of international experts of the highest caliber and are vetted through rigorous peer review.

This two-volume encyclopedia brings together leading scholars to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource on foreign policy analysis ever produced. In over 100 peer-reviewed entries, readers will find authoritative overviews of the theoretical, methodological, and substantive areas of interest in the realm of foreign policy.
 
Theoretically, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis examines traditional approaches derived from international relations, such as realism, liberalism, constructivism, and feminism. It also reviews the domestic politics approaches to foreign policy analysis so frequently used in this subfield, including two-level games, veto players, and diversionary theory. Middle-range theories are also surveyed, including role theory, securitization theory, and other conceptual innovations, such as path dependency and emotions. Additionally, approaches grounded in political psychology and decision making are explored in depth, including entries on beliefs, crisis decision making, the use of analogies and metaphors, and many others.
 
Methodologically, the essays examine the state of the literature and provide guidance for readers on archival research, historiography, the use of counterfactuals, discourse analysis, simulations, and agent-based models, as well as quantitative methods. The Encyclopedia also surveys the major actors involved in foreign policy, from society to governmental and global actors. The work also informs readers on the kinds of strategies, tools, and techniques employed by actors through entries on the use of force, arms control, diplomacy, foreign aid, mediation, negotiation, peacekeeping, and sanctions, among other topics. Finally, it covers important substantive issues in foreign policy, including climate change, ethics, immigration, maritime piracy, nuclear proliferation, and terrorism. 
 
Readers seeking in-depth, foundational essays on both core and emerging topics will find comprehensive examinations of the vast and growing literature in foreign policy analysis.

Index: 

A
Advocacy Coalitions in Foreign Policy
American Pragmatism in Foreign Policy Analysis
Analogies and Metaphors and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Archival Research in Foreign Policy
Arms Buildups and the Use of Military Force
Arms Control and Arms Reductions in Foreign Policy
Autocratic Regimes and Foreign Policy
B
Beliefs and Foreign Policy Decision Making
C
Climate Change in Foreign Policy
Coalition Politics and Foreign Policy
Cognitive Approaches to Foreign Policy Analysis
Comparative Foreign Policy Analysis
Congress and Foreign Policy
Constructivist Analyses of Foreign Policy
Corporate Lobbying in Foreign Policy
Counterfactuals and Foreign Policy Analysis
Crisis Decision Making in Foreign Policy
Critiques of the Rational Actor Model and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Cultural Influences on Foreign Policy
D
Decision Making Theories in Foreign Policy Analysis
Democracy Promotion and US Foreign Policy
Democratic Domestic Institutions and Foreign Policy
Diplomacy in Foreign Policy
Discourse in Foreign Policy
Diversionary Theory of War in Foreign Policy Analysis
Domestic Constraints on Foreign Policy in Authoritarian Systems
Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy
Domestic Role Contestation and Foreign Policy
E
Economic Sanction as Foreign Policy
Emerging Powers in Foreign Policy
Emotions in Foreign Policy Decision Making
Environmental Policy and Foreign Policy
Ethics in Foreign Policy
F
Feminism in Foreign Policy
The First Wave of Foreign Policy Analysis
Foreign Aid as a Foreign Policy Tool
Foreign-Imposed Regime Change
Foreign Policy Belief Systems and Operational Code Analysis
Foreign Policy Change
The Foreign Policy Implications of Financial Crises
Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies
Foreign Policy Leadership in the Global South
Foreign Policy Learning
Foreign Policy Mistakes
The Foreign Relations of Subnational Governments
Friendship and Foreign Policy
G
Gender and Foreign Policy
Geography and Foreign Policy
Global Governance in Foreign Policy
Great Power and Foreign Policy
H
Hegemony in Foreign Policy
High Theory versus Grand Strategy in Guiding Foreign Policy
Historiography of Foreign Policy Analysis
I
Identity and Foreign Policy
Immigration and Foreign Policy
Infectious Disease as a Foreign Policy Threat
International Law and Foreign Policy
International Non-Governmental Organizations and Foreign Policy Analysis
International Norms and Foreign Policy
International Organizations and Foreign Policy
M
Maritime Piracy and Foreign Policy
Marxism in Foreign Policy
The Media and Foreign Policy
Mediation and Foreign Policy
Multilateralism, Bilateralism, and Unilateralism in Foreign Policy
Multiple Streams in Foreign Policy
N
Nationalism and Foreign Policy
Negotiation in Foreign Policy
Neoclassical Realist Analyses of Foreign Policy
Non-State Actors and Foreign Policy
Nuclear Weapons in Foreign Policy
O
Ontological Security and Foreign Policy
Organized Crime in Foreign Policy
P
Parliaments in Foreign Policy
Path Dependency in Foreign Policy
Peacekeeping as a Tool of Foreign Policy
Policy Entrepreneurs and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Political Psychology of Foreign Policy
Populism in Foreign Policy
Power and National Capability
Public Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
Public Policy and Foreign Policy Analysis
Q
Quantitative Methods in Foreign Policy
R
Realism in Foreign Policy Analysis
Regions of War and Peace in Foreign Policy
Religion in Foreign Policy
Role Contestation in Making Foreign Policy Decisions: Game Theory and Digraph Models
Role Theory in Foreign Policy
S
Searching for Middle Powers
Secession and Recognition in Foreign Policy
Securitization Theory and Foreign Policy Analysis
Sequences in Foreign Policy Decision Making
Signaling in Foreign Policy
Simulation and ABM in Foreign Policy
Small State Foreign Policy
Social Media and Foreign Policy
Special Relationships in Foreign Policy
State Leaders and Foreign Policy
T
Terrorism and Foreign Policy
Think Tanks and Foreign Policy
Two-Level Games in Foreign Policy Analysis
U
Use of Force in Foreign Policy
V
Veto Player Approaches in Foreign Policy Analysis
Topical Outline of Entries
Articles in the Encyclopedia are organized alphabetically. Articles in this outline are arranged under the following headings:
Theories and Approaches
Methods of Foreign Policy Analysis
Actors and Sources of Foreign Policy
Strategies, Tools, and Techniques
Issues in Foreign Policy
Theories and Approaches
IR Schools of Thought
Constructivist Analyses of Foreign Policy
Feminism in Foreign Policy
The First Wave of Foreign Policy Analysis
Marxism in Foreign Policy
Neoclassical Realist Analyses of Foreign Policy
Realism in Foreign Policy Analysis
Political Psychology and Decision Making Approaches
Analogies and Metaphors and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Beliefs and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Cognitive Approaches to Foreign Policy Analysis
Crisis Decision Making in Foreign Policy
Critiques of the Rational Actor Model and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Decision Making Theories in Foreign Policy Analysis
Emotions in Foreign Policy Decision Making
Foreign Policy Belief Systems and Operational Code Analysis
Political Psychology of Foreign Policy
Role Contestation in Making Foreign Policy Decisions: Game Theory and Digraph Models
Conceptual Innovation, Problem-Focused and Middle Range Theories
American Pragmatism in Foreign Policy Analysis
Diversionary Theory of War in Foreign Policy Analysis
Foreign Policy Change
Foreign Policy Learning
Foreign Policy Mistakes
Friendship and Foreign Policy
Gender and Foreign Policy
High Theory versus Grand Strategy in Guiding Foreign Policy
Ontological Security and Foreign Policy
Role Theory in Foreign Policy
Securitization Theory and Foreign Policy Analysis
Two-Level Games in Foreign Policy Analysis
Public Policy Approaches
Advocacy Coalitions in Foreign Policy
Multiple Streams in Foreign Policy
Path Dependency in Foreign Policy
Policy Entrepreneurs and Foreign Policy Decision Making
Public Policy and Foreign Policy Analysis
Veto Player Approaches in Foreign Policy Analysis
Methods of Foreign Policy Analysis
Archival Research in Foreign Policy
Comparative Foreign Policy Analysis
Counterfactuals and Foreign Policy Analysis
Discourse in Foreign Policy
Historiography of Foreign Policy Analysis
Quantitative Methods in Foreign Policy
Sequences in Foreign Policy Decision Making
Simulation and ABM in Foreign Policy
Actors and Sources of Foreign Policy
Societal Actors and Sources of Foreign Policy
Corporate Lobbying in Foreign Policy
Cultural Influences on Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies
Identity and Foreign Policy
The Media and Foreign Policy
Nationalism and Foreign Policy
Non-State Actors and Foreign Policy
Populism in Foreign Policy
Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
Religion in Foreign Policy
Social Media and Foreign Policy
Think Tanks and Foreign Policy
Governmental Actors and Sources of Foreign Policy
Autocratic Regimes and Foreign Policy
Coalition Politics and Foreign Policy
Congress and Foreign Policy
Democratic Domestic Institutions and Foreign Policy
Domestic Constraints on Foreign Policy in Authoritarian Systems
Domestic Role Contestation and Foreign Policy
The Foreign Relations of Subnational Governments
Parliaments in Foreign Policy
State Leaders and Foreign Policy
Global Actors and Sources of Foreign Policy
Emerging Powers in Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy Leadership in the Global South
Global Governance in Foreign Policy
Great Power and Foreign Policy
Hegemony in Foreign Policy
International Law and Foreign Policy
International Non-Governmental Organizations and Foreign Policy Analysis
International Norms and Foreign Policy
International Organizations and Foreign Policy
Regions of War and Peace in Foreign Policy
Searching for Middle Powers
Small State Foreign Policy
Special Relationships in Foreign Policy
Strategies, Tools, and Techniques
Arms Buildups and the Use of Military Force
Arms Control and Arms Reductions in Foreign Policy
Democracy Promotion and US Foreign Policy
Diplomacy in Foreign Policy
Economic Sanction as Foreign Policy
Foreign Aid as a Foreign Policy Tool
Foreign-Imposed Regime Change
Geography and Foreign Policy
Mediation and Foreign Policy
Multilateralism, Bilateralism, and Unilateralism in Foreign Policy
Negotiation in Foreign Policy
Peacekeeping as a Tool of Foreign Policy
Public Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Signaling in Foreign Policy
Use of Force in Foreign Policy
Issues in Foreign Policy
Climate Change in Foreign Policy
Environmental Policy and Foreign Policy
Ethics in Foreign Policy
The Foreign Policy Implications of Financial Crises
Immigration and Foreign Policy
Infectious Disease as a Foreign Policy Threat
Maritime Piracy and Foreign Policy
Nuclear Weapons in Foreign Policy
Organized Crime in Foreign Policy
Secession and Recognition in Foreign Policy
Terrorism and Foreign Policy

About the author: 

Edited by Cameron G. Thies, Professor and Director of the School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University
 
Cameron G. Thies is Professor and Director of the School of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University. He is the former founding co-Editor-in-Chief of Political Science Research and Methods, and currently Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Policy Analysis. He recently completed a term as Vice President of the International Studies Association and was the recipient of the ISA's Ladd Hollist Service Award in 2013, the Foreign Policy Analysis Distinguished Scholar Award in 2016, and the Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award in 2017. For The Oxford Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis, Professor Thies was joined by an editorial board: Atsushi Tago, Kobe University; Juliet Kaarbo, University of Edinburgh; Kai Oppermann, University of Sussex; Patrick Haney, Miami University; and Sebastian Harnisch, University of Heidelberg.
 
 
Contributors:

Chris Alden, London School of Economics and Political Science 
Clair Apodaca, Virginia Tech 
John Barkdull, Texas Tech University 
Rainer Baumann, University of Duisburg-Essen 
Ryan Beasley, University of St Andrews 
Amy Below, Oregon State University 
Felix Berenskoetter, SOAS University of London 
Molly Berkemeier, Texas A&M University 
Ravi Bhavnani, Institut de Hautes Études Internationales et du Développement 
Spyros Blavoukos, Athens University of Economics and Business 
Dimitris Bourantonis, Athens University of Economics and Business 
Marijke Breuning, University of North Texas 
Lars Brozus, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) 
Klaus Brummer, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt 
Dan Bulley, Oxford Brookes University 
Cristian Cantir, Oakland University 
Shannon Carcelli, University of California, San Diego 
Paul Carrese, Arizona State University 
Jeff Carter, University of Mississippi 
Frédéric Charillon, Université d'Auvergne 
Giacomo Chiozza, Victoria University of Wellington 
Angelos Chryssogelos, King's College London 
Govinda Clayton, University of Kent 
Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt, Technical University of Munich 
Brian Crisher, University of West Florida 
Cody Crunkilton, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
Ursula Daxecker, University of Amsterdam 
Andreas Fahrmeir, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main 
Huiyun Feng, Griffith University 
William Flanik, Colorado Mesa University 
Michiel Foulon, Leiden University/University of Warwick 
Douglas Foyle, Wesleyan University 
Ulrich Franke, Universität Bremen 
Matthew Fuhrmann, Texas A&M University 
J Andres Gannon, University of California, San Diego 
Erik Gartzke, University of California, San Diego 
Andrea Grove, California State University Channel Islands 
Thomas R. Guarrieri, University of Missouri 
Joe D. Hagan, West Virginia University 
Eric Hamilton, New York University Abu Dhabi 
Sebastian Harnisch, University of Heidelberg 
Jeffrey Haynes, London Metropolitan University 
Gunther Hellmann, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main 
Ingo Henneberg, University of Freiburg, Germany 
Alexis Leanna Henshaw, Duke University 
Katherine Hicks, Seattle University 
Christopher Hill, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe 
Yuri van Hoef, University of Leeds 
David Houghton, U.S. Naval War College 
Valerie Hudson, Texas A&M University 
Sarah Hunter, University of Georgia 
Juliet Kaarbo, University of Edinburgh 
Rebecca Katz, Georgetown University 
Rebecca Kaye, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
Ronja Kempin, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) 
James Ker-Lindsay, London School of Economics and Political Science 
Marianne Kneuer, Universität Hildesheim 
Yoshiharu Kobayashi, Nazarbayev University 
Kendrick Kuo, George Washington University 
Brian Lai, University of Iowa 
Jeffrey S. Lantis, The College of Wooster 
Deborah Welch Larson, University of California, Los Angeles 
Kyle Larson, The Ohio State University 
Richard Ned Lebow, King's College London 
Anika C. Leithner, California Polytechnic State University 
Kyle M. Libby, California Polytechnic State University 
Joannah Luetjens, Australia and New Zealand School of Government 
Akan Malici, Furman University 
Bryan W. Marshall, Miami University 
Carla Martinez Machain, Kansas State University 
Hanns W. Maull, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP); Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Bologna Center 
Rose McDermott, Brown University 
Samuel Lucas McMillan, Lander University 
Maline Meiske, University of Oxford 
Patrick A. Mello, Technical University of Munich 
Álvaro Mendez, The London School of Economics and Political Science 
Michael Mintrom, Monash University, Australia 
Alex Mintz, IDC Herzliya 
David F. Mitchell, Kansas State University 
Jennifer Mitzen, The Ohio State University 
Harald Mueller, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt 
Amanda Murdie, University of Georgia 
Harris Mylonas, George Washington University 
Robert U. Nagel, University of Kent 
Laura Neack, Miami University 
Liam O'Brien, University College Cork, Ireland 
Jared Oestman, Rice University 
Sibel Oktay, University of Illinois, Springfield 
Anna Oltman, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
Kai Oppermann, University of Sussex 
Binnur Ozkececi-Taner, Hamline University 
Diana Panke, University of Freiburg, Germany 
Jon C. W. Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
Jeffrey Pickering, Kansas State University 
Steve Pickering, Brunel University London 
Jonathan Pierce, Seattle University 
Brandon Prins, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville 
Stephen L. Quackenbush, University of Missouri 
Kristopher Ramsay, Princeton University 
Aaron Rapport, University of Cambridge 
Simon Reich, Rutgers Newark 
Dan Reiter, Emory University 
Jonathan Renshon, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
Charles G. Ripley, Arizona State University 
Piers Robinson, The University of Sheffield 
Trevor Rubenzer, The University of South Carolina Upstate 
Andrea Ruggeri, University of Oxford 
David Ryan, University College Cork, Ireland 
Mark Schafer, University of Central Florida 
Vaughn Shannon, Wright State University 
Roxanna Sjöstedt, Lund University 
Amy Skonieczny, San Francisco State University 
Gary Smith, University of Central Florida 
Amnon Sofrin, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
Erin Sorrell, Georgetown University 
Claire Standley, Georgetown University 
Sverrir Steinsson, University of Iceland 
Frank A. Stengel, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel 
Niklas Swanström, Institute for Security and Development Policy 
David Sylvan, Institut de Hautes Études Internationales et du Développement 
Atsushi Tago, Kobe University 
Benno Teschke, University of Sussex 
Baldur Thorhallsson, University of Iceland 
Srdjan Vucetic, University of Ottawa 
Wolfgang Wagner, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
Stephen G. Walker, Arizona State University 
Jessica L. P. Weeks, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
Leslie Wehner, University of Bath 
Kenneth Weisbrode, Bilkent University 
Alex Weisiger, University of Pennsylvania 
Christina Wenngren, Institute for Security and Development Policy 
Joel H. Westra, Calvin College 
Kristen P. Williams, Clark University 
Anders Wivel, University of Copenhagen 
Steffan Wyn-Jones, University of Sussex 
Nikolaos Zahariadis, Rhodes College 
Jiakun Jack Zhang, University of California, San Diego 
Guy Ziv, American University

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