Table of contents for When leaders learn and when they don't : Mikhail Gorbachev and Kim Il Sung at the end of the cold war / Akan Malici.

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Chapter 1.	Political Leadership and the Puzzle of Foreign Policy Change and 
		Mikhail Gorbachev and Kim Il Sung
		The Decision-Making Approach
		Beliefs and Strategic Interaction
		Outline of the Book
Chapter 2.	A Theory of Foreign Policy Decisions
		The Theory of Moves (TOM)
		Preferences Need Inferences
 Making Beliefs and Learning Patterns Visible
		The Theory of Inferences about Preferences (TIP)
		The Subjective Games of Gorbachev¿s Predecessors (1980 ¿ 1985)
Chapter 3.	Gorbachev: Uncommitted Thinker and Motivated Learner
	The Early Gorbachev Era (1985-1986)
	The Second Year of the Gorbachev Era (February 1986 ¿ January 1987)
Chapter 4.	Gorbachev: Committed Teacher and Reformer
	Gorbachev Induces U.S. Cooperation (1987-1988)
	Gorbachev Transforms Great Power Politics (1989-1991)
Chapter 5.	Kim Il Sung: Revolutionary Cold Warrior
	Deadlock in the Cold War (1980-1983)
	The Deadlock Continues (1984-1986)
Chapter 6.	Kim Il Sung: Touched by the Winds of Change?
	The Catalytic Period (1987-1990)
	The Post Cold War Period (1991-1994)
Chapter 7.	Lessons from the Past and Applications to the Future
	Main Findings
	Theoretical Significance
	The Continued Relevance of Gorbachev and Kim Il Sung

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich, 1931-.
Political leadership -- Soviet Union -- History.
Heads of state -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- 1985-1991.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1985-1991.
Kim, Il-sµong, 1912-1994.
Political leadership -- Korea (North) -- History.
Heads of state -- Korea (North).
Korea (North) -- Foreign relations.
Korea (North) -- Politics and government.