US Foreign Policy After the Cold War: Global Hegemon Or Reluctant Sheriff?

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Psychology Press, 2002 - 221 sider
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Concentrating on the post-Cold War era, this is an accessible and comprehensive introduction to all aspects of American foreign policy.

It examines the administrations of George Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, explaining the complex interaction between the institutions of power, the key actors and also non-government organizations to give a complete picture of foreign policy making in America.

Key features include:

* case studies of the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, Somalia, the Balkans and the Kyoto Protocol
* lists of key points at the beginning of each chapter
* figures explaining the organization of US foreign policy making, the National Security Council and the Department of Defense
* analysis of issues of globalization, trade, the media and public opinion
* a chronology of key dates in American foreign policy
* a complete glossary of terms.

This is an excellent book for all students and scholars interested in US foreign policy.

 

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Innhold

The postCold War decade
13
The executive branch
35
The role of Congress
65
The domestic environment
81
The media and public opinion
101
Foreign trade and globalization
115
The US and terrorism
133
US foreign policy priorities
149
Hegemon and sheriff
173
back to the future
187
GLOSSARY
199
APPENDIX 2
206
INDEX
216
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Fraser Cameron is a foreign policy adviser at the European Commission. He was formerly Head of Political and Academic Affairs at the Delegation of the European Commission in Washington DC. He is the author of European Foreign and Security Policy (Sheffield Academic Press: 1997).

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