ECISION-MAKING IN FOREIGN POLICIES ON AUSTRALIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
The following could be a more specific scope of research topics. Basically it has to be directly relevant to the main theme of foreign policy analysis with special reference to Australia, China and/or Japan.
[B] Does leadership figure controls its decision making across its administration department to form a viable effective foreign policy? How will decision making by elites leaders in foreign policy impact other nations in particular by Australia, China and/or Japan? [B/]
Basically, we will need to research more about current foreign policy analysis with special reference to Australia, China and/or Japan. I have given the leeway to be able to choose within these three countries or all if we are able to connect them (it will be best).
As it is a dissertation, you can feel free to move around within the research topic. However, it is expected to include a meaty analysis by statistics data, real documentations. It should be able to provide an argument on the reach topic and best approach to our hypothesis with appropriate evidence that can be found in the cases of Australia, China and/or Japan. Cite relevant events and sources that enrich our understanding of executive leadership and its bureaucratic politics in foreign policy decision-making.
I will be sending the writer a whole list of reference and notes including research paper which have done by me and my co-supervisor on this topic soon once the writer has been selected.
* Note to administrator Please select a writer who has knowledge in political science in the area of China, Japan and Australia in particular.