Politics of foreign policy: The CNN Effect

Politics of foreign policy: The CNN Effect

The introduction of the 24-hour live television coverage by all-news cable channels from different parts of the world in the 1980s had an impact on the foreign policy-making process. These media technologies compelled policymakers to react to the events that journalists were covering.

Politics of Foreign Policy
Type of PaperEssayEnglish StyleEnglish (US)
Subject AreaPolitical Science
Academic LevelUniversity;  Kes. 4,000Sources10
Number of Pages7 page(s) / 1925 WordsReferencing StyleHarvard
SpacingDouble SpacedDeadline2020-05-23 12:00:00; 
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Anyone of these questions are fine if the writer can let me know of which question they intend to do;
1.Who acts in international relations, and why?
2.‘In order to understand a country’s international politics, we have to study the minds of its leaders’. Do you agree?
3.Should we leave foreign policy making to the experts or should the public have a say?
4.Why is the assumption that foreign policy decision making is rational so common? Should we really base our understanding of international politics on this assumption?
5.‘If a country’s foreign policy appears incoherent, it is because of bureaucratic politics’. Do you agree?
6.”If there ever will be a war between the US and China, it will be because of misperception.” Do you agree?
7.Is there such a thing as ‘the national interest’?
8.”Corporate lobbyists have more influence on foreign policy than the public”. Why is this the case, and how could it be changed?
9.‘Private actors (NGOs, corporations, lobby groups…) are increasingly shaping the foreign policy of states and this is fundamentally changing the nature of international politics’. Do you agree?
10.[Governments now spend a lot of money on ‘public diplomacy’ and related activities. Is trying to influence the public opinion of another country really such an effective foreign policy tool?]
11.[‘The ‘CNN effect’ was a useful concept to explain the role of the media in foreign policy in the 1990s. However, both the world and the media have changed so much since then that the concept is no longer relevant’. Discuss.]
12.[‘The Internet has the potential to revolutionize foreign policy: it gives the public more powers to hold governments accountable to their professed aims and values’. Do you agree?]
13.How can we understand the connection between identities and foreign policies? [Discuss with reference to a specific case study or more general observations about a country (but check if enough literature is available!)]
14.What are the most important factors driving current Russian foreign policy?
15.Can a focus on nationalism explain Chinese foreign policy?
16.Does Britain’s history as an empire matter to understanding its contemporary foreign policy?
17.What does Brexit tell us about the connection between domestic and international politics?
18.”Post-Trump US foreign policy will not be pre-Trump US foreign policy” (Ivan Krastev). How would you characterize the Trump administration’s foreign policy, and what are its effects?
19.What explains the Trump administrations’ policy towards the Palestine issue?
20.How can we move beyond Eurocentrism in foreign policy analysis?


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