This article examines the underlying theoretical rationale for different perspectives of foreign policy: Marxism, Wilsonian Idealism, neoconservative idealism, national interest, nationalism, isolationism, and theocracy. Various forms of trade policy are also examined as a function of foreign policy. A technique is suggested for analyzing actionable strategic responses based on foreign policy risks and resource availability. Several strategic responses are presented.
Nemetz-Mills, Patricia L.
"Strategic Responses Arising from Divergent Foreign Policy and Trade Perspectives,"
Journal of Executive Education: Vol. 7
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jee/vol7/iss1/5