A New Perspective on the Foreign Policy Views of American Opinion Leaders in the Cold War and Post-Cold War Eras
Rosati, Jerel A., Link, Michael W., Creed, John, Political Research Quarterly
This article breaks new ground in the study of the foreign policy views of American opinion leaders by using a systematic content analysis of writings published in leading foreign policy journals. It is in such journals that the debate on the nature and direction of American foreign policy is often played out. Such an approach allows us to examine the level of diversity in the foreign policy thought of opinion leaders and to provide an initial assessment of the level of continuity and change in this thought since the end of the Cold War. The findings do not suggest the formation of a new consensus over the direction of American foreign policy anytime soon. Rather, between the Cold War …
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Publication information: Article title: A New Perspective on the Foreign Policy Views of American Opinion Leaders in the Cold War and Post-Cold War Eras. Contributors: Rosati, Jerel A. - Author, Link, Michael W. - Author, Creed, John - Author. Journal title: Political Research Quarterly. Volume: 51. Issue: 2 Publication date: June 1998. Page number: 461+. © 2002 Political Research Quarterly. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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