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US foreign policy, edited by Michael Cox, Doug Stokes

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US foreign policy, edited by Michael Cox, Doug Stokes
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [431]-448) and index
Illustrations
mapsillustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Main title
US foreign policy
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
757147118
Responsibility statement
edited by Michael Cox, Doug Stokes
Table of contents
Introduction : US foreign policy -- past, present, and future / Michael Cox and Doug Stokes -- Theories of US foreign policy / Brian Schmidt -- American exceptionalism / Daniel Deudney and Jeffrey Meiser -- The US rise to world power, 1776-1945 / Walter LaFeber -- American foreign policy during the Cold War / Richard Saull -- America in the 1990s : searching for purpose / John Dumbrell -- Obama and smart power / Joseph S. Nye -- The foreign policy process : executive, Congress, intelligence / Michael Foley -- Military power and US foreign policy / Beth A. Fischer -- Regional shifts and US foreign policy / Peter Trubowitz -- Media and US foreign policy / Piers Robinson -- Identities and US foreign policy / Christina Rowley and Jutta Weldes -- US foreign policy in the Middle East / Toby Dodge -- The USA and the EU / Mike Smith -- US foreign policy in Russia / Peter Rutland and Gregory Dubinsky -- The USA, China, and rising Asia / Michael Cox -- US foreign policy in Latin America / James Dunkerley -- US foreign policy in Africa / Robert G. Patman -- Global economy / Peter Gowan -- Global terrorism / Paul Rogers -- Global environment / Robin Eckersley -- American foreign policy after 9/11 / Caroline Kennedy-Pipe -- The future of US foreign policy / Anatol Lieven -- US decline or primacy? A debate / Christopher Lane, William Wohlforth, and Stephen G. Brooks
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