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A Teaching Topic in Intergovernmental and Global Context

Political-Bureaucratic Dynamics in National Strategy

This teaching topic examines the interaction between political and bureaucratic actors – given their oft-divergent mandates, cultures, constraints and incentives – in national strategy and planning.

Recommended Reading (University of Toronto PPG-2008)

Studin, Irvin, "Revisiting the Democratic Deficit: The Case for Political Party Think Tanks" Policy Options (February 2008) at (accessed 23 February 2013). 

Zakaria, Fareed, "On States, Strategy and Strategic States" Interview with Global Brief (Fall 2009) at (accessed 23 February 2013). 

Keegan, John, The First World War (Toronto: Vintage, 1998), chapter 2.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last updated 23 February 2013.

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