Decision Making in Israeli Foreign Policy: An Unplanned Process
Lewis Brownstein examines how foreign policy has been made in Israel in recent years. He shows that the process has been dominated by a small elite and that there has been lack of advance planning, an underdevelopment of in-house research capability, and a resistance to the use of outside experts.
Inside the Iranian Revolution, John D. Stempel Reviewed by Lewis Brownstein
Israel: The Embattled Ally, Nadav Safran Reviewed by Lewis Brownstein
Coups and Army Rule in Africa: Studies in Military Style, Samuel Decalo Reviewed by Lewis Brownstein
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