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What are the determinants of foreign policy of a country?

Determinants are factors that influence and determine the foreign policy of a country. Some of
these factors are static or of unchanging nature whereas others are in a state of flux and there
dynamics are continually adjusted to the changing circumstances.

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  1. Common interests, identical goals, and shared enemies have formed the basis of most countries foreign policy since the great war. The allies created policies that favour them and exported these to any other country that needed their support. This leada to bodies like the United Nations, European UniRead more

    Common interests, identical goals, and shared enemies have formed the basis of most countries foreign policy since the great war. The allies created policies that favour them and exported these to any other country that needed their support. This leada to bodies like the United Nations, European Union, and BRICKS, who are bound together by identical goals.

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