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Unformatted text preview: o Produces contradictory policies Legislatures from districts that have products that companies want to sell that could be used for weapons by terrorists People competing for uses – good for one company, bad for another/security • Problems within the executive branch o Overtime, the bureaucracy has expanded o More influence over policy than they should o Bureaucracies have objectives that may differ from nation’s o Bureaucracies fight with each other, and this paralyzes policy o Bureaucracies take a single policy and separate it • Process of election tends to create a government of strangers o Political appointees o New people have to learn the jobs/policies • Interest groups in the media o Anybody can lobby the government o Foreign governments lobbying here o Free and open media...
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- Spring '08
- Government, foreign policy decisions, effective foreign policy, effective foreign policies