International Public Opinion and the Bosnia Crisis.

International Public Opinion and the Bosnia Crisis examines-through U.S., Canadian, and European case studies-how public reaction impacted democratic governments' response to the ethnic and religious conflict in Bosnia, 1991-1997.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Sobel, Richard.
Other Authors: Shiraev, Eric.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Lanham : Lexington Books, 2002.
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Table of Contents:
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Introduction; 1
  • "In the Service of Peace": Reflexive Multilateralism and the Canadian Experience in Bosnia; PUBLIC OPINION AND FOREIGN POLICY: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES; CANADIAN PUBLIC OPINION AND PEACEKEEPING POLICY; THE "CANADIAN WAY": THE DOCTRINE OF PEACEKEEPING; CANADIAN PUBLIC OPINION: POLITICAL CULTURE, SELF-IMAGE, AND INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING; CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY AND PUBLIC OPINION; THE VIEW FROM PARLIAMENT; CONCLUSION: THE DOMESTIC SOURCES OF CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY; 2
  • British Attitudes toward the Bosnian Situation.
  • BRITAIN'S FOREIGN POLICY AND MILITARY INVOLVEMENTBOSNIA AS A "PROBLEM"; THE "WIDER WORLD"; PUBLIC OPINION, THE MEDIA, AND THE GOVERNMENT; CONCLUSION; NOTES; 3
  • U.S. Public Opinion on Intervention in Bosnia; THE DYNAMICS OF PUBLIC ATTITUDES ON INTERVENTION IN BOSNIA; PUBLIC OPINION OVER THE COURSE OF THE BOSNIAN CRISIS; CONCLUSION; NOTES; 4
  • Raison d'état or Raison populaire? The Influence of Public Opinion on France's Bosnia Policy; OVERVIEW OF FRENCH FOREIGN POLICY ON THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA; COMPARATIVE SURVEYS; OVERVIEW OF FRENCH PUBLIC OPINION ON THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA.
  • THE INFLUENCE OF PUBLIC OPINION ON FRANCE'S BOSNIA POLICYCONCLUSION; NOTES; 5
  • Russian Decision-Making Regarding Bosnia: Indifferent Public and Feuding Elites; POLICYMAKING CONTEXT; RUSSIAN POLICY IN FORMER YUGOSLAVIA; RUSSIAN PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT THE BOSNIA CONFLICT; THE STRENGTHENING OF PRO-SERB AND WEAKENING OF PRO-WESTERN SENTIMENTS; CONCLUSION; NOTES; 6
  • Massacring in Front of a Blind Audience? Italian Public Opinion and Bosnia; ITALIAN FOREIGN POLICY AND PUBLIC OPINION; ITALIAN POLICYMAKING AND BOSNIA; ITALIAN PUBLIC OPINION AND BOSNIA.
  • CONCLUSION: WHICH CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC OPINION AND POLICY?NOTES; 7
  • Innocence Lost: The Netherlands and the Yugoslav Conflict; INTRODUCTION; THE FACTORS SHAPING PUBLIC OPINION; THE SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT DECISION MAKING; THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA; THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC OPINION ON DECISION MAKING; SUPPORT FOR THE USE OF MILITARY FORCE AND PARTICIPATION IN UN PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS; THE CONFLICTS IN THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA; NO CONFIRMATION OF THE CASUALTIES HYPOTHESIS; SUPPORT OF NATO INTERVENTION; THE EVOLUTION OF GOVERNMENT POLICY AND THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
  • SOME CONCLUDING GENERAL OBSERVATIONSSOME NORMATIVE CONCLUSIONS; NOTES; 8
  • German Public Opinion and the Crisis in Bosnia; PUBLIC OPINION AND FOREIGN POLICY; SETTING THINGS IN MOTION; EXPLAINING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EAST AND WEST GERMANS; CONSTITUTIONALITY AND PARTY DIVISIONS; CONCLUSION; NOTES; 9
  • Public Opinion and the Bosnia Crisis: A Conclusion; POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS; CONCLUSION; Appendix; References; Index; About the Contributors.