TITLE

THE FUTURE VISION TO LIBYAN FOREIGN POLICY TOWARDS AFRICAN COUNTRIES

AUTHOR(S)
Almadaney, Mohyedein Ahmed
PUB. DATE
May 2016
SOURCE
Proceedings of the International May Conference on Strategic Man;May2016, p237
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We can say the Libyan foreign politics will witness a change or a shift towards its various circles both during rearrangement to those circles or reconsider to tools that used to deal with those circles. It is worth saying in this regard that the foreign policy of the state could see patterns of change "Herman" summarized these factors in four types as follows Adjustment Change means change in the level of attention directed to an issue with the survival of policy objectives and its tools to deals with this issue without prejudice or change. Program change, it is going out to policy tools change and its means without any change in its goals or objectives. Goal Change according to this pattern, the policy objectives changes, And then its tools, its means will change. Orientation Change is the most extreme four patterns, radical, is going out to affect change the general direction of the country's foreign policy,including. This strategies changes and its flow from change in goals in objectives in means and in tools.
ACCESSION #
117647685

 

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