Political Process and Foreign Policy
The Making of the Japanese Peace
Bernard Cecil Cohen
Dr. Cohen examines the major elements with foreign policy-making roles—public opinion, interest groups, the media of communication, the Executive branch, and the Congress—to determine the nature of their interests in the Japanese peace settlement and their actions respecting it. Then he analyzes the interrelationships among these factors, and the patterns of influence they revealed.
First published in 1957.
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