Irish Foreign Policy
In the context of history, political science, economics and international relations, this textbook presents the major themes and analysis of Irish foreign policy.
An authoritative textbook presenting major themes and analysis of Irish foreign policy in a contextual framework of history, political science, economics and international relations.
The first contemporary and authoritative textbook presenting major themes and analysis of Irish foreign policy within a contextual framework of history,political science, economics and international relations.
- Structured along the traditional lines of comparative foreign policy.
- Introduces the historical context and presents the policy-making processes and actors. Themed chapters address context, contemporary policy issues and future challenges in relation to Ireland’s foreign policy across a number of critical areas.
- Discusses the challenges posed to Ireland’s foreign policy in the international system and through its membership of the European Union.
- Case studies that focus on a specific period or issue are used throughout the text and are illustrating the larger themes within Irish foreign policy.
- Written in an open and accessible style by leading academic analysts and practitioners of Irish foreign policy.
Written For: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of:
- Foreign Policy
- Irish History and Politics
- International Relations
- Development Studies
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- Comparative Foreign Policy.
|Author||Ben Tonra, Michael Kennedy, John Doyle and Noel Dorr|
|Publication date||9 Apr 2012|