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American Foreign Policy and Process:

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ISBN-10: 1435462726

ISBN-13: 9781435462724

Edition: 2013

Authors: James M. McCormick

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Offering detailed, up-to-the-minute coverage, AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY AND PROCESS, ADVANTAGE SERIES, 6e examines the differing approaches to U.S. foreign policy for presidential administrations during America's rise to globalism during the Cold War years, through Vietnam, and in today's post 9/11 world. It also explores how values and beliefs about foreign policy have changed over the course of U.S. history, illustrating how domestic factors affect the foreign policy decision-making process. Through the author's analysis of original data and depiction of current events in the political arena, the book provides the most current coverage available to help readers fully understand the American foreign policy process.
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Book details

List price: $134.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 648
Size: 7.25" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.310
Language: English

Values And Policies In American Foreign Affairs
America's Traditions in Foreign Policy
America's Global Involvement and the Emergence of the Cold War
After the Missile Crisis and Vietnam War: Realism and Idealism in Foreign Policy
The Return and End of the Cold War: The Reagan and Bush Administrations
Foreign Policy After the Cold War and 9/11: The Clinton and Bush Administrations
Change and Continuity in Foreign Policy: The Barack Obama Administration
The Process Of Policymaking
The President and the Making of Foreign Policy
Congressional Prerogatives and the Making of Foreign Policy
The Diplomatic and Economic Bureaucracies: Duplication or Specialization?
The Military and Intelligence Bureaucracies: Pervasive or Accountable?
Political Parties, Bipartisanship, and Interest Groups
The Media, Public Opinion, and the Foreign Policy Process
Conclusion
American Foreign Policy Values in the Future