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New Directions in US Foreign Policy

New Directions in US Foreign Policy


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ISBN-13: 9780415777490
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 08/10/2009
Series: Routledge Studies in US Foreign Policy Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Inderjeet Parmar is Professor of Government and Head of the Department of Politics, University of Manchester, UK. He has published several monographs and is the co-editor of the Routledge Studies in US Foreign Policy series.

Linda B. Miller is Professor of Political Science, Emerita, at Wellesley College, USA. An international relations specialist, she also taught at Barnard, Harvard, and Brown and held research appointments at Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, and Brown, where she is currently Adjunct Professor (Research) at the Watson Institute. From 1999–2002, she was also Editor of the International Studies Review.

Mark Ledwidge is a lecturer in the Department of Politics, University of Manchester, UK.

Table of Contents

Introduction Inderjeet Parmar Part 1: Theorising Contemporary US Foreign Policy 1. Realism Thomas Kane 2. Constructivism, US Foreign Policy and the 'War on Terror' Richard Jackson and Matt McDonald 3. Neo-Conservatism: Theory and Practice Rob Singh 4. Liberalism and Neo-Liberalism Tim Lynch 5. Marxism and US Foreign Policy Doug Stokes Part II: Non-State Actors in U.S. Foreign Policy 6. Parties, Partisanship and US Foreign Policy: The Growing Divide Stephen Hurst 7. What were they thinking?: Think Tanks, the Bush Presidency and US Foreign Policy 8. Intellectuals and U.S. foreign policy Aggie Hirst 9. Christian Evangelicals and U.S. Foreign Policy Stuart Croft 10. American Foreign Policy after the Bush Administration: Insights from the Public Jim McCormick 11. Race, african-Americans and US Foreign Policy Mark Ledwidge Part III New Policy Directions 12. Transatlantic Relations and US Foreign Policy David Dunn 13. US National Security: Still an Ambiguous Symbol? Still an Illusion? Linda B. Miller 14. The Middle East in US Foreign Policy Linda B. Miller 15. The US and the UN: The Return of the Prodigal Son? Craig N Murphy 16. Democracy, promotion and the New Public Diplomacy Giles Scott-Smith and Martijn Mos 17. Illusions of Empire and the Spectre of Decline Michael Cox and Nicholas Kitchen 18. Internationally Recognized Core Labor Standards under the George W. Bush Administration Christopher Candland

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