A Concise History of U.S. Foreign Policy
Rowman & Littlefield, 2006 - 171 Seiten
A Concise History of U.S. Foreign Policy offers a conceptual and historical overview of American foreign relations from the founding to the present. Kaufman begins the book with a thorough explanation of major themes, concepts, and actors in international relations that gives students a solid foundation on which to analyze U.S. foreign policy. Subsequent chapters explore how these theories and concepts apply to political and historical actions, placing the evolution of foreign policy decisions within the context of the international situations and domestic priorities. Kaufman concludes with a look forward to the twenty-first century and uses case studies to encourage students to form their own ideas about American foreign policy.
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Setting the Stage for Understanding US Foreign Policy
Unilateralism to Engagement The Founding to the End of World War I
The Interwar Years through World War II
The Cold War
Beyond the Cold War
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