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Beginning with a survey of New Zealand's international role, interests, and policies, this book provides a ready reference on the foreign policy of New Zealand. Exploring areas such as history, diplomacy, aid, trade, capital flow, defense, immigration, and cultural exchange, Hoadley describes the decision making and administrative institutions, the parties and groups that influence them, and the study centers and media that analyze and report on foreign policy progress.
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Steve Hoadley is Associate Professor of Political Studies at the University of Auckland.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, Auckland, 1989. Soft Cover. Condition: Fair. First Edition. Steve Hoadley is Associate Professor of Political Studies at the University of Aucklan. He has published widely on the foreign affairs and defence policies of New Zealand, Asia and the United States. He is Corresponding Editor of the New Zealand International Review and a media commentator. For people in business, government officials, visitors to New Zealand, and university teachers, this is an essential book to have on hand. Size: 6" x 9". Seller Inventory # 033062
Book Description Oxford University Press, 1989. Condition: Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP97603208