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This book focuses on the effects of Democratic institutional variations upon foreign policy outcomes, examining whether electoral rules impact the level of multilateralism, or cooperative policies.
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Dr. Rey earned his B.A. and M.A. at St. Mary's University and hia Ph.D. in Political Science at Texas Tech University. He has taught at East Carolina University and the University of Tampa, where he currently serves Ass. Professor of Government & World Affairs.Review:
"[This] book contributes greatly to our understanding of a little explored question. It draws attention to previously neglected dimensions of foreign policy behavior. It provides more systematic evidence for differences among democracies than prior studies. The questions raised and the answers given are sure to provoke discussion and debate." - Dr. John Barkdull Colorado Springs, Colorado "Denis Rey offers a work that provides a unique view of domestic electoral politics and their impact on international relations that demonstrates clearly that political philosophy still has relevance and can still inform contemporary empirical research in the discipline." - Prof. Jeff William Justice Tarleton State University"
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Book Description Edwin Mellen Pr, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0773437649