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Bureaucratic Politics


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Max Weber (1864—1920) German economist and sociologist

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A term that came into vogue in the late 1960s in American political science, bureaucratic politics has become an accepted concept for the analysis of foreign policy decision-making. The “bureaucratic ...

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