The presidency and foreign policy
This book examines governance in the context of presidential power and foreign policy. In Part I, contributors offer contrasting perspectives of the role of the president. Part II provides an analysis of governance and foreign policy, while Part III uses several case studies to illustrate the connection between governance and foreign policy.
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THE PROGRESSIVE PRESIDENCY
PRESIDENTS AND POLITICIANS
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