Are we witnessing fundamental shifts in the nature of foreign policy due to globalization and the rise of new types of foreign policy actors in world politics today? Is the state-centric analysis of foreign policy presented in the rest of this book outdated? Do we need new theoretical tools that will enable us to analyze foreign policy in a less state-centric world?
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