Simon Serfaty, The Media and Foreign Policy. New York, New York: St. Martin's Press. 1990.
In the book, The Media and Foreign Policy, Simon Serfaty, Executive Director of the Johns
Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute in Washington, D. C., and research professor of American
foreign policy at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced international Studies, shares his
own and fellow authors collected essays on the media's effect on foreign policy and
foreign policy decision making of the United States, if there is any. Serfaty has edited
several books on foreign relations and foreign policies as well as authored many of his
books and essays. His work has been primarily focused on foreign policy and foreign
relations since the onset and ending of the "Cold War". In The Media and Foreign Policy,
Serfaty brings together a collection of essays that defend the media's current and past
role of reporting the United States' foreign policy decisions and relations.
Serfaty carefully choreographs The Media and Foreign Policy, in a way that gives the media
an appearance of the boy next door. Serfaty also sequences the articles in such a way