Now in its fourth edition, this comprehensive survey of the interaction between domestic and international politics shows how public opinion, interest groups, the media, the intelligence establishment, and the different branches of American government influence U.S. foreign policy formulation. National security issues in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001, provide the thematic tension for this new edition. Sixteen new and updated essays highlight foreign policy development and innovation in key arenas including Cuba, Afghanistan, and the war on terrorism. Prominent contributors—including Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Stanley Hoffmann, and Fred I. Greenstein—from the academic and policy communities combine practical and theoretical perspectives to offer this well-rounded complement to courses in American government, foreign policy, and international relations.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Edition description:||4th Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)|
Table of Contents
Part 1 I The Societal Environment Chapter 2 *Beyond September 11 Chapter 3 *Why Don't They Like Us? Chapter 4 *That's Entertainment? Hollywood's Contribution to Anti-Americanism Abroad Chapter 5 The Erosion of American National Interests Chapter 6 *Intermestic Interests and U.S. Policy Toward Cuba Chapter 7 *The Gap: Soldiers, Civilians, and their Mutual Misunderstanding Chapter 8 *The Post-9/11 Shift in Public Opinion: How Long Will it Last? Chapter 9 *Elections and U.S. Foreign Policy Part 10 II The Insititutional Setting Chapter 11 *Person and Office: Presidents, the Presidency, and Foreign Policy Chapter 12 Presidential Wars Chapter 13 How National Security Advisers See Their Role Chapter 14 From Deference to Activism and Back Again: Congress and the Politics of American Foreign Policy Chapter 15 Globalization and Diplomacy: The View from Foggy Bottom Chapter 16 *A Tale of Two Secretaries Chapter 17 *Smarter Intelligence Chapter 18 *Advisors, Czars, and Councils Chapter 19 *Democratizing U.S. Trade Policy Part 20 III Decision Makers and Their Policy-Making Positions Chapter 21 How Could Vietnam Happen? An Autopsy Chapter 22 *Law in Order: Reconstructing U.S. National Security Chapter 23 *Roles, Politics, and the Survival of the V-22 'sprey Chapter 24 Policy Preferences and Bureaucratic Position: The Case of the American Hostage Rescue Mission Chapter 25 NATO Expansion: The Anatomy of a Decision Chapter 26 *Sources of Humanitarian Intervention: Beliefs, Information, and Advocacy in U.S. Decisions on Somalia and Bosnia Chapter 27 *The Changing Leadership of George W. Bush: A Pre- and Post 9/11 Comparison Chapter 28 Presidential Leadership Style and the Foreign Policy Advisory Process