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Secrecy and foreign policy / edited by Thomas M. Franck and Edward Weisband.

; Weisband, Edward, 1939- author
New York : Oxford University Press, 1974.
ISBN 0195017463, 9780195017465

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Other Authors Franck, Thomas M.
Weisband, Edward, 1939-
Subjects Aussenpolitik.
Canada.
Geheimhaltung.
Government information -- Canada.
Government information -- Great Britain.
Government information -- United States.
Government information.
Great Britain.
Información gubernamental -- Canadá
Información gubernamental -- Gran Bretaña.
Information d'État -- Canada.
Information d'État -- États-Unis.
Information d'État -- Grande-Bretagne.
United States.
Series Studies in peaceful change.
Description xvii, 453 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1974.
Notes Errata slip inserted.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Representatives of government and the press as well as scholars from Canada, Britain, and the United States speak out on the conflict between the government's need for secrecy and the public's right to know.
Contents part 1. The executive examines its secrecy policies -- part 2. The legislators confront the security managers -- part 3. The media confronts the new managers -- part 4. The individual confronts the state.
Introduction : executive secrecy in three democracies : the parameters of reform / Thomas M. Franck and Edward Weisband -- The power to speak and the power to listen : reflections on bureaucratic politics and a recommendation on information flows / Thomas L. Hughes -- Secrecy and openness in foreign policy decision-making : a British Cabinet perspective / Patrick Gordon Walker -- Secrecy and democratic participation in the formulation and conduct of Canadian foreign policy / George Ignatieff -- Executive privilege and congressional responsibility in foreign affairs / Charles McC. Mathias, Jr. -- Operation and reform of the classification system in the United States / William S. Moorhead -- The Canniken papers : a case study in freedom of information / Patsy T. Mink -- Secrecy and the right of parliamentarians to know and participate in foreign affairs / R.A.R. Maclennan -- The role of Parliament in the review and planning of Canadian national defence and external affairs / R. Gordon L. Fairweather -- The irreconcilable conflict between press and government : "whose side are you on?" -- Haynes Johnson -- The American espionage statutes and publication of defense information / Benno C. Schmidt, Jr. -- Cabinet secrecy, collective responsibility, and the British public's right to know about and participate in foreign policy making / William Clark -- Secrecy, news management, and the British press / Anthony Sampson -- Disclosure, discretion, and dissemblement : broadcasting and the national interest in the perspective of a publicly owned medium / Kenneth Lamb -- Access to news in a small capital : Ottawa / Anthony Westell -- Enforcing the public's right to openness in the foreign affairs decision-making process / Richard A. Frank -- The Ellsberg case : citizen disclosure / Leonard B. Boudin -- Official secrecy and external relations in Britain : the law and its context / Stanley de Smith -- Secrecy and the citizen's right to know : a British civil libertarian perspective / Harry Street -- Reform and the British law pertaining to secrecy : a rejoinder to Professor Street / Stanley de Smith -- Secrecy in law and policy : the Canadian experience and international relations / Maxwell Cohen -- The protest resignation in Britain : trap door to oblivion or back stairs to success? / Lord Caradon -- Resigning from government and going public : the costs and benefits of speaking up and the unwritten vow of silence / James C. Thompson, Jr. -- Dissemblement, secrecy, and executive privilege in the foreign relations of three democracies : a comparative analysis / Thomas M. Franck and Edward Weisband.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Canada
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)891196
(OCoLC)ocm00891196
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