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Title: United States Foreign Policy Towards ...
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication Date: 1999
Book Condition: Fair
Edition: First Edition.
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This book analyses the foreign policy of the United States towards Cambodia by examining the belief system of the key players. It covers the invasion of Cambodia by the Vietnamese during the Carter administration, their occupation of Cambodia through both Reagan administrations and their eventual withdrawal during Bush's tenure. It concludes on the brink of the UN sponsored elections of 1993 and provides a short epilogue which brings the story up to 1997. As an examination of US foreign policy within decision-making elites it makes a contribution to decision-making theory and foreign policy analysis as well as providing insights into regional politics.About the Author:
CHRISTOPHER BRADY is Lecturer in Decision Making Theory at City University Business School, London. Previously: Senior Lecturer at the Joint Services Command and Staff College, Bracknell; Officer in the Royal Navy (16 years) with experience of Intelligence Duties; two years as Research Fellow at Institute of Contemporary History researching decision-making in Cabinet Government. He is the joint author, with Dr Peter Catterall, of two forthcoming Macmillan publications; Government by Committee: the Development of Cabinet Committees in Britain and Routine and Crisis: Policymaking in the British Cabinet Committee System.
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