American Foreign Policy: Pattern and Process / Edition 5

American Foreign Policy: Pattern and Process / Edition 5

by Charles W. Kegley, Eugene R. Wittkopf
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0312075367

ISBN-13: 9780312075361

Pub. Date: 01/28/1996

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

This best-selling text explores the ways in which the changing international climate-especially the end of the Cold War-affects American foreign policy. The authors focus on the forces that influence decisions about foreign policy goals and the means chosen to realize them.

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This best-selling text explores the ways in which the changing international climate-especially the end of the Cold War-affects American foreign policy. The authors focus on the forces that influence decisions about foreign policy goals and the means chosen to realize them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312075361
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
01/28/1996
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
658
Product dimensions:
7.48(w) x 9.18(h) x 0.99(d)

Table of Contents

FOCUS BOXES, MAPS, AND ILLUSTRATIONS XXI(4)
PREFACE XXV(4)
ABOUT THE AUTHORS XXIX
PART I ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVES ON AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 1(30)
CHAPTER 1 CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY: A THEMATIC INTRODUCTION
1(13)
CHAPTER 2 THE ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY: THE MANY FACES OF CAUSATION
14(17)
PART II THE PATTERN OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 31(126)
CHAPTER 3 POWER AND PRINCIPLE: THE GOALS OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
31(56)
CHAPTER 4 THE INSTRUMENTS OF GLOBAL INFLUENCE: MILITARY MIGHT AND INTERVENTIONISM
87(37)
CHAPTER 5 THE INSTRUMENTS OF GLOBAL INFLUENCE: COVERT ACTIVITIES, PUBLIC DIPLOMACY, AND FOREIGN AID
124(33)
PART III EXTERNAL SOURCES OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 157(96)
CHAPTER 6 THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN TRANSITION: POWER AND PRINCIPLE IN A NEW WORLD
157(48)
CHAPTER 7 THE WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY IN TRANSITION: OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS IN AN INTERDEPENDENT WORLD
205(48)
PART IV SOCIETAL SOURCES OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 253(85)
CHAPTER 8 AMERICAN'S VALUES, BELIEFS, AND PREFERENCES: POLITICAL CULTURE AND PUBLIC OPINION IN AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
253(41)
CHAPTER 9 THE TRANSMISSION OF VALUES, BELIEFS, AND PREFERENCES: INTEREST GROUPS, THE MASS MEDIA, AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
294(44)
PART V GOVERNMENTAL SOURCES OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 338(125)
CHAPTER 10 PRESIDENTIAL PREEMINENCE IN FOREIGN POLICY MAKING
338(40)
CHAPTER 11 THE ROLE OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES IN FOREIGN POLICY MAKING
378(42)
CHAPTER 12 THE ROLE OF CONGRESS IN FOREIGN POLICY MAKING
420(43)
PART VI ROLES AS SOURCES OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY MAKING 463(39)
CHAPTER 13 THE PROCESS OF DECISION MAKING: ROLES, RATIONALITY, AND THE IMPACT OF BUREAUCRATIC ORGANIZATION
463(39)
PART VII POLICYMAKERS AND POLICY: INDIVIDUALS AS SOURCES OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 502(34)
CHAPTER 14 LEADER CHARACTERISTICS AND FOREIGN POLICY PERFORMANCE
502(34)
PART VIII TOWARD THE FUTURE: PATTERN AND PROCESS IN AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 536(22)
CHAPTER 15 AT THE DAWN OF A NEW MILLENNIUM: THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
536(22)
APPENDIX A CHRONOLOGY OF SELECTED FOREIGN POLICY EVENTS, JANUARY 1945 THROUGH SEPTEMBER, 1995 558(24)
REFERENCES 582(35)
GLOSSARY 617(20)
INDEX 637

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