American Foreign Policy and Process (with InfoTrac ) / Edition 4

American Foreign Policy and Process (with InfoTrac ) / Edition 4

by James M. McCormick
     
 

ISBN-10: 0534618537

ISBN-13: 9780534618537

Pub. Date: 07/12/2004

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Because policy actions are always taken within a value context, this comprehensive text uses values and beliefs as the basic organizing theme. The book portrays the way values and beliefs about foreign policy have changed over the course of U.S. history and how foreign policy has changed from its earliest years through the post-9/11 years and beyond. In addition,

Overview


Because policy actions are always taken within a value context, this comprehensive text uses values and beliefs as the basic organizing theme. The book portrays the way values and beliefs about foreign policy have changed over the course of U.S. history and how foreign policy has changed from its earliest years through the post-9/11 years and beyond. In addition, the book demonstrates how the values and beliefs of a variety of domestic actors affect the foreign policy decision making process.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534618537
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
07/12/2004
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
640
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents


Part One: VALUES AND POLICIES IN AMERICAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS. 1. America''s Traditions in Foreign Policy. 2. Global Involvement and the Emergence of the Cold War. 3. The Cold War Consensus and Challenges to It. 4. American Foreign Policy After Vietnam: From Realism to Idealism and Back Again. 5. Foreign Policy After the Cold War: The Bush and Clinton Administration. 6. American Foreign Policy After September 11: The George W. Bush Administration. Part Two: THE PROCESS OF POLICYMAKING. 7. The President and the Making of Foreign Policy. 8. Congressional Prerogatives and the Making of Foreign Policy. 9. The Diplomatic and Economic Bureaucracies: Duplication or Specialization? 10. The Military and Intelligence Bureaucracies: Pervasive or Accountable? 11. Political Parties, Bipartisanship, and Interest Groups. 12. The Media, Public Opinion, and the Foreign Policy Process. Part Three: CONCLUSION. 13. American Foreign Policy in the Twenty-first Century.

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