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  • American Foreign Policy in a New Era

     
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    $133.99
     
    Taking the contemporary challenges of globalisation and hyper-partisanship as its starting point, American Foreign Policy in a New Era surveys how foreign policy is made and to what ends.   This brief text is not only a review of theory, history, actors, institutions, and key policies but als... Read more >
     

  • Analysing Policy: What's the problem represented to be? eBook

     
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    eBook
    $65.00
     
    When you buy a VitalSource eText you will receive, via email, your unique redemption code and instructions on how to access this product. Please note: VitalSource eTexts are available for download immediately and cannot be returned once purchased. Pearson VitalSource eTexts – digital books tha... Read more >
     

  • Analysing Policy: What's the problem represented to be?: What's the problem represented to be?

     
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    Book
    $68.99
     
    This book offers a novel approach to thinking about public policy and a distinctive methodology for analysing policy. It introduces a set of six questions that probe how ‘problems’ are represented in policies, followed by an injunction to apply the questions to one’s own polic... Read more >
     

  • Australian Democracy Theory and Practice (5e)

     
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    Book
    $124.99
     
    For undergraduate students in politics and history.   Australian Democracy in Theory and Practice 5e explores the dimensions of Australian democracy in terms of policy and practice past and present.  Maddox argues the case for democracy as the best system devised for the political autonomy... Read more >
     

  • Australian Foreign Relations

     
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    Book
    $92.99
     
    Australian Foreign Relations: Into the 21st century aims to present the reader with an introduction to Australian foreign relations, focusing in particular on those contemporary relationships that are most important to Australia. Rather than organising the chapters on the basis of the issues that ... Read more >
     

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