American Foreign Policy: Theoretical Essays
G. John Ikenberry
Longman, 1999 - United States - 623 pages
This thought -- provoking reader draws to 28 representative essays from major schools of thought on the forces that shape American foreign policy, providing a basis for both the explanation and evaluation of that policy. It includes four new essays tied to critical topics such as emerging democracies, executive-congressional relations civil military relations, and foreign policy decisions being driven by business interests.
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