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Unformatted text preview: that scholars have found that foreign policy attitudes, much like domestic policy attitudes are shaped by values and predispositions, not self‐interest. Along these lines, it is often argued that foreign policy attitudes are shaped by core values, which lead to general postures, and eventually specific policy preferences. Given these that specific steps are taken to form foreign policy preferences, please identify the two principal core values discussed in lecture and define them [10 points]. Moreover, name the postures these core values can lead to. [10 points] Finally, please identify one specific policy preference that is usually a result of...
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- Spring '07