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1 Chapter 9: The Diplomatic and Economic Bureaucracies: Duplication or Specialization? James M. McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process Fifth Edition
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2 Bureaucratic Politics and Foreign Policymaking The increasing impact of bureaucracies on foreign policy and policymaking Policy as the result of the “pulling and hauling” among bureaucracies Process as an important component of policy Recent examples from the Clinton and Bush administrations
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3 Four Key Political and Military Bureaucracies in Foreign Policy Department of State National Security Council Department of Defense The Intelligence Community
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4 The Department of State At Home Oldest and original foreign policy bureaucracy Secretary of State and the Office of the Secretary of State; the Under Secretaries; the regional and functional bureaus The semi-Autonomous agencies
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5 The Department of State Abroad Embassies, missions, consular agencies, consulates general Missions at intergovernmental institutions The role of the ambassador and the composition of the “country team” Foreign service officers, civil service officers, and foreign nationals populate the embassies and missions
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  • Winter '10
  • claper
  • President of the United States, National security, United States Cabinet, Executive Office of the President of the United States, National Security Advisor

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