ISBN-10:
0495189812
ISBN-13:
2900495189816
Pub. Date:
01/15/2009
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
American Foreign Policy and Process / Edition 5

American Foreign Policy and Process / Edition 5

by James M. McCormick

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American Foreign Policy and Process / Edition 5


This comprehensive text examines the way foreign policy has changed from its earliest years through the post-9/11 years and beyond. It also looks at the ways values and beliefs about foreign policy have changed over the course of U.S. history and demonstrates how the values and beliefs of a variety of domestic factors affect the foreign policy decision-making process.

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ISBN-13: 2900495189816
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 01/15/2009
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 677
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author


James M. McCormick is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Iowa State University. He has held positions at the University of New Mexico, Ohio University, the University of Toledo, and Texas A&M University. He received his B.A. from Aquinas College and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Michigan State University. A former American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow (1986-1987), he worked in the office of Congressman Lee Hamilton of Indiana. He was co-editor of INTERNATIONAL STUDIES QUARTERLY (1999-2003) and currently sits on the editorial board of FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS. He served as president and vice-president of the Human Rights Section, American Political Science Association (2004-2006) and as vice president of the Foreign Policy Analysis Section of the International Studies Association (2008-2009). The author or editor of ten books including THE DOMESTIC SOURCES OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY: INSIGHTS AND EVIDENCE, Dr. McCormick has published more than sixty book chapters and articles in such journals as WORLD POLITICS, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS, INTERNATIONAL STUDIES QUARTERLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDIES QUARTERLY, FOREIGN POLICY, and THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY. He received the Iowa State University Foundation Award for Outstanding Research at Mid-Career in 1990, a Fulbright Senior Scholar Award to New Zealand in 1993, the Fulbright-SyCip Distinguished Lecturer Award to the Philippines in 2003, Iowa State's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Award for Excellence in Departmental Leadership in 2004, the 2010 Iowa State University Foundation International Service Award, and the 2011 Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award by the International Studies Association, Midwest. In addition, he has lectured widely on American foreign policy and international politics.

Table of Contents


PART I: VALUES AND POLICIES IN AMERICAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS. 1. Americas 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 II: 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 III: CONCLUSION. 13. American Foreign Policy in the Twenty-first Century.

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