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0813382653
Author:
George Breslauer
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Social Sciences
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English
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Routledge; 1 edition (June 21, 1991)
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Interest in the phenomenon of learning has been growing, driven in part by the advent of Gorbachev and by prospects for ending the Cold War. In this book.

Interest in the phenomenon of learning has been growing, driven in part by the advent of Gorbachev and by prospects for ending the Cold War.

Part 1 Perspectives on learning: introduction, George Breslauer and Philip Tetlock; assessing learning - some conceptual and methodological issues, P. Tetlock; collective learning - some theoretical speculations, Ernst B. Hass; why political competition inhibits learning in Soviet foreign policy, Richard Anderson.

George W. Breslauer, Philip Tetlock. Are policymakers capable of learning about the complex international environment they must deal with when formulating foreign policy?

George W. Are policymakers capable of learning about the complex international environment they must deal with when formulating foreign policy? Interest in the phenomenon of "learning" has been growing, driven in part by the advent of Gorbachev, and by prospects for ending the Cold War. In this book, leading scholars explore the theoretical and practical implications of the evolution of US and Soviet leaders' beliefs in the past 45 years.

This book addresses an aspect of the theory and practice of foreign policy that has assumed increasing emphasis in. .

This book addresses an aspect of the theory and practice of foreign policy that has assumed increasing emphasis in the study of international relations. Learning in Soviet Policy Toward the Arab-Israel Conflict 16. Peripheral Visions: Brezhnev and Gorbachev Meet the "Reagan Doctrine 17. Attempted Learning: Soviet Policy Toward the United States in the Brezhnev Era 18. Soviet Learning in the 1980s Part IV: Conclusions 19.

Foreword - Preface - Committee on International Conflict and Cooperation - Perspectives on Learning - Introduction - Learning in .

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Breslauer, G. (1991). And Soviet Foreign Policy. In this book, leading scholars explore the theoretical and practical imp. Table of contents. part Part I131 pages.

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Are policymakers capable of learning about the complex international environment they must deal with when formulating foreign policy? Interest in the phenomenon of "learning" has been growing, driven in part by the advent of Gorbachev, and by prospects for ending the Cold War. In this book, leading scholars explore the theoretical and practical implications of the evolution of US and Soviet leaders' beliefs in the past 45 years. This volume aims to be of interest to students and scholars interested in the concept of learning and its role in international relations, students concerned with interpretive histories of superpower foreign policy and specialists needing analyses that explore the correlation between cognitive and policy changes.