Such an idiot
Remember how naive I was yesterday? Look at my post about the review sheet - particularly where I made that "joke" about giving an historical example of rationality. Oh, those were the good old days! Essay option #2 on the exam this morning was, "What are the theories of foreign policy decision-making? Use specific historical examples in your answer." According to C'lucci, the "theories of foreign policy decision-making" include...get ready for it...rational choice, bounded rationality, satisficing, prospect theory, cognitive dissonance, "muddling through", and bureaucratic politics.