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The foreign policy-making intended to convert the general goal of the state to the specific decision, as the state's foreign policy is made by individuals and groups representing the state and they know the maker of decisions. So the manufacture of foreign policy decisions can be examined in the light of the interaction between decision makers or decision makers and internal environment.
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