Making American Foreign Policy

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Routledge, Feb 1, 2013 - Political Science - 400 pages
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Ole Holsti, one of the deans of US foreign policy analysis, examines the complex factors involved in the policy decision-making process including the beliefs and cognitive processes of foreign policy leaders and the influence public opinion has on foreign policy. The essays, in addition to being both theoretically and empirically rich, are historical in breadth--with essays on Vietnam--as well as contemporary in relevance--with essays on public opinion and foreign policy after 9/11.

 

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Contents

Preface
1984
Beliefs and Cognitive Processes
Foreign Policy
Opinion Leaders Public Opinion and American Foreign
The United States and System Change
1979
The Link
Promotion of Democracy as Popular Demand?
A Widening Gap between the US Military and Civilian Society?
Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
A Return to Isolationism and Unilateralism? American Public
Theories of International Relations and Foreign
Concluding Thoughts on American Foreign Policy
Notes
Index
Copyright

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Ole Holsti is the George V. Allen Emeritus Professor of Political Science at Duke University. He is the author most recently of Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy (1996) and is a co-editor of The Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations(OUP). He is a past president of the International Studies Association (1979-80).

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