Diplomacy and Domestic Politics: The Logic of Two-Level Games | Study Guide

Robert D. Putnam

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Robert D. Putnam Robert D. Putnam (b. 1941) is the author of the essay, and he is considered one of America's top political science experts. Read More
Jimmy Carter James Earl Carter, Jr. (b. 1924) was President of the United States from 1977–81. Read More
Helmut Schmidt Helmut Heinrich Waldemar Schmidt (1918–2015) was the Chancellor of West Germany from 1974–82. Read More
Takeo Fukuda Takeo Fukuda (1905–95) was the Prime Minister of Japan from 1976–78. Read More
James Rosenau James Rosenau (1924–2011) was a political science scholar who created a taxonomy for understanding the politics of linkages between the international and national levels of policymaking.
Karl Deutsch Karl Deutsch (1912–92) was an expert in international relations, and his work on regional integration helped to inform Putnam's interest in political entanglements.
Ernest Haas Ernest Haas (1924–2003) was a scholar of international relations, whose introduction of the concept of the "spillover" of domestic politics into international relations is one that Putnam utilizes in establishing his framework of the two-level game.
Graham Allison Graham Allison (b. 1940) was Putnam's colleague at the Harvard Kennedy School where he teaches government. He is a pioneer in the "bureaucratic politics" school of foreign policy.
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