The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy: Insights and Evidence

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Eugene R. Wittkopf, James M. McCormick
Rowman & Littlefield, 2004 - 404 sider
Now in its fourth edition, this comprehensive survey of the interaction between domestic and international politics shows how public opinion, interest groups, the media, the intelligence establishment, and the different branches of American government influence US foreign policy formulation, with a special emphasis on national security issues in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001. innovation in key arenas including Cuba, Afghanistan and the war on terrorism. Prominent contributors - including Joseph S. Nye Jr, Stanley Hoffmann and Fred I. Greenstein - from academic and policy communities combine practical and theoretical perspectives to offer this well-rounded complement to courses in American government, foreign policy and international relations.
 

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Beyond September 11
25
Why Dont They Like Us? How America Has Become the Object of Much of the Planets Genuine Grievances and Displaced Discontent
33
Thats Entertainment? Hollywoods Contribution to AntiAmericanism Abroad
43
The Erosion of American National Interests
55
Intermestic Interests and US Policy toward Cuba
67
The Gap Soldiers Civilians and their Mutual Misunderstanding
85
The Post911 Shift in Public Opinion How Long Will It Last?
97
Elections and US Foreign Policy
117
Smarter Intelligence
219
Advisors Czars and Councils Organizing for Homeland Security
227
Trade Policy Making The Changing Context
237
DECISIONMAKERS AND THEIR POLICYMAKING POSITIONS
247
How Could Vietnam Happen? An Autopsy
259
Law in Order Reconstructing
271
Roles Politics and the Survival of the V22 Osprey
283
Policy Preferences and Bureaucratic Position The Case of the American Hostage Rescue Mission
303

THE INSTITUTIONAL SETTING
129
Person and Office Presidents the Presidency and Foreign Policy
145
Presidential Wars
155
How National Security Advisers See Their Role
171
From Deference to Activism and Back Again Congress and the Politics of American Foreign Policy
183
Globalization and Diplomacy The View from Foggy Bottom
197
A Tale of Two Secretaries
207
NATO Expansion The Anatomy of a Decision
319
Sources of Humanitarian Intervention Beliefs Information and Advocacy in US Decisions on Somalia and Bosnia
335
The Changing Leadership of George W Bush A Pre and Post911 Comparison
353
Presidential Leadership Style and the Foreign Policy Advisory Process
363
Index
381
About the Editors and Contributors
401
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\Eugene R. Wittkopf is professor of political science at Louisiana State University. James M. McCormick is professor of political science at Iowa State University.

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