Challenging the standard views that individual leaders either have all the power or little room to move in the making of foreign policy, this book demonstrates various ways that leaders succeed by manipulating elements of their domestic and international environments.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan US|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2007|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Andrea K. Grove is Associate Professor of Political Science at California State University-Channel Islands. Dr. Grove's research interests include foreign policy and conflict resolution, and she conducts field work in Northern Ireland and South Africa. Her work has been published in several professional journals, including International Studies Quarterly, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Studies Review, Political Psychology, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, and International Politics.
Table of Contents
List of Tables vii
Leadership in Foreign Policy 1
Forcing Peace: John Hume's "Long Struggle" in Northern Ireland, 1982-1998 13
From the Outside In: George H.W. Bush and the Persian Gulf War, August 1990-January 1991 41
Resisting Change: Mugabe against the People's Struggle in Zimbabwe, 1998-2005 69
The South African "Miracle": Mandela's Struggle in a Globalized Transition, 1985-1994 101
Pakistan's Musharraf: The War on Terror and Fueling the Jihad, 2001-2005 137
Concluding Observations 177