American Foreign Policy: Theoretical Essays
G. John Ikenberry
Georgetown University, 2005 - Political Science - 599 pages
Featuring thought-provoking essays collected from scholarly journals, this highly respected reader provides an overview of the major, contending theories that shape U.S. foreign policy. International Sources of Foreign Policy; Capitalism, Class, and Foreign Policy; National Values, Democratic Institutions, and Foreign Policy; Public Opinion, Policy Legitimacy, and Sectional Conflict.; Bureaucratic Politics and Organizational Culture; Perceptions, Personality, and Social Psychology; Theoretical Debates After the Cold War. Anyone interested in better understanding American Foreign Policy.
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