عنوان مقاله [English]
Robert Jervis, in "Perceptions and Misperceptions in International Politics," focuses on psychological studies and psychological factors influencing the behavior of foreign policy decision-makers. This is a new hybrid and critical view of psychological theories and explains the results and findings of the study of the perceptions and Misperceptions of international actors. This view examines the perceptions of actors as a viable way to consider politicians' decisions in international developments.
In this book, Jervis describes the perceptions of decision makers about the world and other international actors that how perception can remove decision makers from international facts and prevent them from having a proper understanding of what it is. The author, in view of the many historical events that occur in international relations, shows how this science can not only explain the decisions of the decision-makers, but also describe the behavior, actions and reactions of Other actors in emergencies and in general, help pay attention to the actors' understanding of their behavior, other actors and the reality of outside world.