American Foreign Policy: Patterns and Process
Charles W. Kegley, Jr.
5 Rev ed
This widely used text explores how the enduring values and interests of the United States affect the ability of policy makers to respond to changes in the international environment. This fully revised new edition includes coverage of the changing utility of military force in the post-Cold War world and the impact of the Republican majority on the foreign policy role of Congress.
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