American Foreign Policy: Past, Present, Future / Edition 3by Glenn P. Hastedt
Pub. Date: 07/28/1996
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This book brings together 3 key elements for readers. It provides an overview of the historical information to make sense of current U.S. foreign policy; it supplies case studies to give readers grounding in key events in U.S. foreign policy and information on contemporary issues; and it incorporates concepts that structure an investigation into U.S. foreign policy. The focus is on U.S. policy itself and not on U.S. foreign policy toward specific regions or issues. The volume addresses the global, historical and domestic contexts of American policy, foreign affairs government, how the constitution, presidency and congress relate to foreign affairs, foreign policy making and policy tools and alternative futures. For those interested in a thorough, up-to-date, yet concise presentation of American foreign policy.
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Table of ContentsUNIT 1. The United States and the World: Strategic Choices
1. Clinton's Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, November/December 2000.
2. Either Way, A Bad Precedent, Mark Mitchell, Far Eastern Economic Review, November 23, 2000.
3. The Lonely Superpower, Samuel P. Huntington, Foreign Affairs, March/April 1999.
4. Introduction: National Interest and Global Responsibility, William Kristol and Robert Kagan, from Present Danger, Encounter Books, 2000.
5. The Crusaders: Moral Principles, Strategic Interests, and Military Force, David Rieff, World Policy Journal, Summer 2000.
UNIT 2. The United States and the World: Regional and Bilateral Relations
6. Russian Foreign Policy: Promise or Peril?, Paula J. Dobriansky, The Washington Quarterly, Winter 2000.
7. A New Strategy for Old Foes and New Friends, Charles William Maynes, World Policy Journal, Summer 2000.
8. Why Milosevic Still?, Eric D. Gordy, Current History, March 2000.
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