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by Edward Morse

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Edward Morse
ISBN: 0691052093
ISBN13: 978-0691052090
Language: English
Publisher: Princeton University Press (November 21, 1973)
Pages: 352
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Edward L. Morse argues that in fact the foreign policies of all highly .

Edward L. Morse argues that in fact the foreign policies of all highly modernized states are so similar that they can be described and explained by a general theory of interdependence. He uses France as a case study of his theory, and shows that what makes French foreign policy in this period so fascinating is the way in which the behavior of the President brought into sharp focus the problems interdependence poses for nation-states. The book is divided into two parts. France’s international monetary policy touched upon the various arenas in which France confronted the other highly modernized states.

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Morse, E. Foreign Policy and Interdependence in Gaullist France (Princeton, 1973). 16. Cerny, P. The Politics of Grandeur (Cambridge, 1980). 17. Rosenau, J. The Scientific Study of Foreign Policy (New York, 1971), p. 100. 18. Kolodziej, E. French International Policy under de Gaulle and Pompidou (Ithaca, 1974). 19. Colard, . ‘La Conception francaise de l'independance nationale’, in Studia Diplomatica, No. 1 (1975), pp. 47–73.

Chicago Distribution Center. Edward A. Kolodziej," The Journal of Modern History 48, no. 1 (Ma. 1976): 155-157. From Organic Society to Security State: The War on Brigandage in France, 1797–1802. Sociology and Colonialism in the British and French Empires, 1945–1965.

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French foreign policy in the 1960’s seemed unique because it was dominated by the anachronistic ideals of Charles de Gaulle

French foreign policy in the 1960’s seemed unique because it was dominated by the anachronistic ideals of Charles de Gaulle.

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"A landmark study, Economic Interdependence and War presents a novel and compelling argument about trade expectations and the prospects for peace and war among the great powers. The chronology of case studies is a bit weird in that the author starts with the Russo Japanese war at the turn of the 19th century and then the German perspective through world war I and II. The need for resource scarce nations like Japan and Germany to secure resources is determined to be the key variable that drove the countries to war.

French foreign policy in the 1960's seemed unique because it was dominated by the anachronistic ideals of Charles de Gaulle. Edward L. Morse argues that in fact the foreign policies of all highly modernized states are so similar that they can be described and explained by a general theory of interdependence. He uses France as a case study of his theory, and shows that what makes French foreign policy in this period so fascinating is the way in which the behavior of the President brought into sharp focus the problems interdependence poses for nation-states.

The book is divided into two parts. The first develops the theory of the conduct of foreign policy in any highly modernized society. The second part tests the theory by examining such characteristics of French foreign policy as: the erosion of the distinction between foreign and domestic affairs; the constraints put on foreign policy by the growth of international economic interdependence, which has also affected the autonomy of decision-making in a purely national context; the increased importance of foreign economic policy; the questioning of governmental priorities in foreign affairs; and the emergence of crisis management and manipulation as part of the routine procedures of foreign policy operations. Edward L. Morse's work is valuable both for the theory it offers and because it gives a balanced view of foreign policy in an important period in recent French history.

Originally published in 1973.

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