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The politics of United States foreign policy Jerel A Rosati, James M. Scott

By: Rosati, Jerel A.
Contributor(s): Scott, Jerel A [autor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Belmont (Estados Unidos) Thomson/Wadsworth 2007Edition: 4a edición.Description: 596 páginas 24 cm.ISBN: 9780495008620.Subject(s): Relaciones internacionales -- Estados Unidos | Política exterior -- Estados Unidos | Politica y gobierno -- Estados UnidosDDC classification: 353.130973
Contents:
Part 1. Introduction. The politics of U.S. foreign policy ; Part 2. Historical and global context. History of United States foreign relations ; The global context and American power ; Part 3. Government and the policymaking process. Presidential power and leadership ; The bureaucracy, presidential management, and the National Security Council ; Understanding bureaucracy: the State Department at home and abroad ; The military establishment ;The intelligence community ; Foreign economics, the NEC, and state and local governments ; Decisionmaking theory and Washington politics ; Congress and interbranch politics ; Part 4. The society and domestic politics. The public and its beliefs ; Civil liberties and political participation versus national security ; Electoral politics ; Group politics ; The media and the communications process ; Part 5. Conclusion. Summarizing the major patterns, the nature of change, and the future politics of U.S. foreign policy ; Appendix A. The U.S. Constitution abridged, as it pertains to U.S. foreign policy ; Appendix B. Recommended websites
Review: Rosati presents U.S. foreign policy in light of recent history and a sense of the real world and dynamic nature of politics. The text includes coverage from three main perspectives - the government, society and the global environment
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Part 1. Introduction. The politics of U.S. foreign policy ; Part 2. Historical and global context. History of United States foreign relations ; The global context and American power ; Part 3. Government and the policymaking process. Presidential power and leadership ; The bureaucracy, presidential management, and the National Security Council ; Understanding bureaucracy: the State Department at home and abroad ; The military establishment ;The intelligence community ; Foreign economics, the NEC, and state and local governments ; Decisionmaking theory and Washington politics ; Congress and interbranch politics ; Part 4. The society and domestic politics. The public and its beliefs ; Civil liberties and political participation versus national security ; Electoral politics ; Group politics ; The media and the communications process ; Part 5. Conclusion. Summarizing the major patterns, the nature of change, and the future politics of U.S. foreign policy ; Appendix A. The U.S. Constitution abridged, as it pertains to U.S. foreign policy ; Appendix B. Recommended websites

Rosati presents U.S. foreign policy in light of recent history and a sense of the real world and dynamic nature of politics. The text includes coverage from three main perspectives - the government, society and the global environment

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