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TitleThe domestic sources of American foreign policy : insights and evidence
Author edited by James M. McCormick
Imprint Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, 2012
Edition 6th ed
Descript xii, 471 p. ; 23 cm

CONTENT

The societal environment: The future of American power: dominance and decline in perspective ; The Tea Party, populism, and the domestic culture of U.S. foreign policy ; Ethnic interest groups in American foreign policy ; The Israel lobby ; American veterans in government and the use of force ; Events, elites, and American public support for military conflict ; External affairs and the electoral connection -- The institutional setting: Person and office: presidents, the presidency, and foreign policy ; Presidents who initiate wars ; How national security advisers see their role ; The shifting pendulum of power: executive-legislative relations on American foreign policy ; Why intelligence and policy makers clash ; Intermestic politics and homeland security -- Decision-makers and their policymaking positions: Policy preferences and bureaucratic position: the case of the American hostage rescue mission ; NATO expansion: the anatomy of a decision ; Obama: the consequentialist


United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989 United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989- United States -- Foreign relations -- Decision making United States -- Foreign relations administration

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Central Library (5th Floor)327.73 D668CHECK SHELVES
Political Science Library327.73 D668 2012DUE 16-12-20

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