Foreign Policy and Legislatures: An Analysis of Seven Parliaments
M. L. Sondhi
Abhinav Publications, 1988 - Political Science - 235 pages
Contributed articles relating to U.K., Japan, Israel, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Canada, and India.
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1 Parliament and Foreign Policy in Britain JAMES CALLAGHAN
2 The Influence of the British Parliament on Foreign Policy CLIFF GRANTHAM and BRUCE GEORGE
3 The Japanese Diet and Foreign Policy SABURO OKITA and AKIO WATANABE
4 The Knesset and Israels Foreign Relations NETANEL LORCH
5 Israels Experience with Legis lativeExecutive Relations in the Field of Foreign Relations HEMDA GOLAN
6 The Sri Lanka Parliament and Foreign Policy SHELTON U KODIKARA
7 The European Parliament and Foreign Policy JULIET LODGE
8 The New Zealand Parliament andForeign Policy RAMESH THAKUR AND ANTONYM WOOD
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Affairs and Defence agreements ANZUS Bandaranaike Basic Law Bill Britain British budget Cabinet Canada Canadian Committee’s conﬁdence conﬂict Constitution conventions countries debate Delhi Diet members Diet’s discussion Divre HaKnesset domestic economic European Parliament executive External Affairs ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂoor Foreign Affairs Committee foreign policy foreign policy issues formal Gandhi Government Government’s important India Indian Foreign Policy Indian Parliament inﬂuence interest International Relations Israel Japan Japanese Knesset Labour legislation Lok Sabha major matters Members of Parliament ment MEPs Ministry mittee negotiations Nehru non-aligned nuclear ofﬁce ofﬁcials opposition parties organisation overseas Pakistan Parlia Parliament and Foreign parliamentary party groups peace policy-making political position President Prime Minister questions ratiﬁcation ratify reﬂected relationship reports responsibility S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike scrutiny Select Committees Session signed signiﬁcant Soviet Union speciﬁc Sri Lanka statement Super Powers Tarapur tion treaty Trincomalee United vote Zealand Zealand Parliament