American Foreign Policy and Process
This comprehensive text examines the way foreign policy has changed from its beginnings through the post-9/11 years and beyond. It also looks at the ways values and beliefs about foreign policy have changed over the course of U.S. history and demonstrates how the values and beliefs of a variety of domestic factors affect the foreign policy decision-making process.
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