Facts, civil events, and current historians demonstrate that the foreign and domestic policies of the United States are in shambles. Our policies, domestic and foreign, suffer from poor design, an unclear mission, and a lack of purpose. This waywardness has resulted in more enemies than friends, as the U.S.'s world influence declines and potential friendly nations become alienated. In International Diplomacy and United States National Policies, author Bernard J. Ficarra acknowledges that a dramatic change is needed and offers assistance in that endeavor.
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About the Author
Bernard J. Ficarra is the past President of the Catholic Academy of Sciences in the United States of America. He received his M.D. from Georgetown and is the author of several books published by University Press of America including Bioethics' Rise, Decline, and Fall.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Duty, Obligation, and Responsibility Chapter 4 International Affairs and Relations Chapter 5 International Conjectures with the U.S.A Chapter 6 American Diplomacy and Foreign Policy Chapter 7 America's War History Chapter 8 American Presidency Chapter 9 Democracy in America Chapter 10 American Domestic Policies Chapter 11 American Finance on a Precipice Chapter 12 Business Unbounded Chapter 13 Currency as Legal Tender Chapter 14 Weak Dollars, Taxation, and Social Security Chapter 15 Business of Government Chapter 16 War and Terrorism Chapter 17 Composite Critique of Democracy Chapter 18 Epilogue Chapter 19 About the Author