US Foreign Policy After the Cold War: Global Hegemon or Reluctant Sheriff?
This book offers an introduction to all aspects of US foreign policy, examining the administrations of Bush, Clinton and W. Bush and explaining the interaction between the institutions of power, the key actors and non-government organizations.
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From colony to superpower
The postCold War decade
The executive branch
The role of Congress
The domestic environment
The media and public opinion
Foreign trade and globalization
The US and terrorism
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US Foreign Policy After the Cold War: Global Hegemon Or Reluctant Sheriff?
Limited preview - 2002
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