The case discusses how to evaluate and use multiple theoretical frameworks across disciplines. The featured theories are Simon’s Bounded Rationality Theory and Burn’s Leadership Theory. These theories are supported by the contrasting of political science theories concerning governance and foreign policy decision making. It describes why the multidisciplinary approach is important in the current academic climate. The study demonstrates how to identify complementary theories across disciplines using content analysis. Finally, it displays how to support the use of outside theory with the comparing and contrasting of traditional political science theory.