Public Participation in Foreign Policy

Hardcover | April 15, 2012

EditorJames Headley, Andreas Reitzig, Joe Burton

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Experts from academia, governments, think tanks, NGOs, trade unions, and businesses investigate whether the public should play a greater role in foreign policy making by analyzing their current role in the Iraq war (USA), Post-Apartheid (South Africa), trade relations with China (New Zealand) and other cases.

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Experts from academia, governments, think tanks, NGOs, trade unions, and businesses investigate whether the public should play a greater role in foreign policy making by analyzing their current role in the Iraq war (USA), Post-Apartheid (South Africa), trade relations with China (New Zealand) and other cases.

JAMES HEADLEY Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Otago, New Zealand. Previously, he lectured at University of Auckland, Australia,Leicester University, and University College London, UK. He is the author of Russia and the Balkans: Foreign Policy from Yeltsin to Putin (2008).ANDREAS REITZIG specialises in foreign policy i...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:280 pages, 8.65 × 5.65 × 0.98 inPublished:April 15, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230282512

ISBN - 13:9780230282513

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Table of Contents

PART I: POWER TO THE PEOPLE?
Debating the Public's Role in Foreign Policy; J.Headley& J.-A.van Wyk
Examples and Limits of Public Participation in Foreign Policy Formulation; L.Beath
Does the Public Want to Participate?; J.Headley& A.Reitzig
PART II: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
American Public Opinion and Foreign Policy After September 11: The Iraq War; O.R.Holsti
Public Participation in Post-Apartheid South African Foreign Policy; J.-A.van Wyk
PART III: PARTICIPATORY CHANNELS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
Peace and Disarmament Activism; K.Dewes
'Being a Good Neighbour': New Zealand and Track Two Diplomacy in Southeast Asia; A.Butcher
Public Input into Free Trade Negotiations: The New Zealand-China FTA; A.Thompson, P.Conway& M.Crawford
PART IV: VOICES OF MINORITIES
Rights and Sovereignty of Indigenous Peoples: Implications for Foreign Policy; M.Bargh
Public Opinion in the Development of Foreign Policy in French Pacific Territories: The Example of New Caledonia; C.Diver
Pacific Islands Diaspora Groups and Foreign Policy; A.Durutalo
Conclusion: Some Reflections on Public Participation in Foreign Policy; J.Headley& J.Burton