Vergleichende Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik

Chapter

Zusammenfassung

Außenpolitik bezeichnet die politischen Inhalte und organisatorischen Steuerungsformen eines völkerrechtlich anerkannten Gemeinwesens, meist eines Staates, gegenüber externen Akteuren (wie Staaten, internationalen Organisationen oder Nichtregierungsorganisationen) in seiner Umwelt.

Kommentierte Literaturhinweise

  1. Smith, Steve/Hadfield, Amelia/Dunne, Timothy (Hg.), 2008: Foreign Policy: Theories – Actors – Cases. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Die derzeit beste Einführung in die Außenpolitik: sehr gute einleitende Kapitel zu Klassifikationen und Theorien, interessante und aktuelle Fallstudien zur Operationalisierung von Ansätzen mittlerer Reichweite in diversen Themenfeldern (begrenztes ergänzendes Online-Angebot).Google Scholar
  2. Beasley, Ryan K./Kaarbo, Juliet/Lantis, Jeffrey S./Snarr, Michael T. (Hg.), 22012: Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective. Washington D.C.: CQ Press. Die derzeit beste Einführung in die vergleichende Außenpolitikforschung: Eine kurze wiederholende Einleitung in die Erklärungsansätze der vergleichenden Außenpolitikforschung wird ergänzt durch eine große Auswahl von vergleichenden nationalen Policy-Profilen aus allen Kontinenten.Google Scholar
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