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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 http://www.irpp.org/po/archive/feb08/studin.pdf (accessed 23 February 2013). 

Zakaria, Fareed, "On States, Strategy and Strategic States" Interview with Global Brief (Fall 2009) at http://globalbrief.ca/blog/2009/10/19/on-states-strategy-and-strategic-states/ (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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