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Unformatted text preview: Leadership. Examines the personality, psychology, decisions of individual leaders, elites within the society or the behavior of mass publics. This level, for example, might focus on conditions where an individual leader can have a greater impact on decision-making for example, if there are weak institutions and few checks on the leader, as in a dictatorship, the individual leader will have a greater role to play in decision-making. 4. Foreign policy between the system and the domestic the arena wherein decisions about foreign policy are made this level emphasizes the two-level game and is often applied in examining the behavior of democratic states on the one hand, the decision maker must look outward to advancing the interests of the state in the international arena, on the other, must look to domestic constituencies. The decision-makers must seek to please both levels....
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- Fall '11