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This 15/e of American Foreign Policy provides convenient, inexpensive access to current articles selected from the best of the public press. Organizational features include: an annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites; an annotated table of contents; a topic guide; a general introduction; brief overviews for each section; a topical index; and an online instructors resource guide with testing materials.
Table of Contents
|The United States and the World: Strategic Choices|
|From Hope to Audacity: Appraising Obama’s Foreign Policy|
|The World Still Needs a Leader|
|Hegemony on the Cheap: Liberal Internationalism from Wilson to Bush|
|The Eagle Has Crash Landed|
|Pillars of the Next American Century|
|Grand Strategy for a Divided America|
|Enemies into Friends: How the United States Can Court Its Adversaries|
|The United States and the World: Regional and Bilateral Relations|
|Will Moscow Help with Trouble Spots?|
|Russia and the West: Mutually Assured Distrust|
|Emerging Strategic Dilemmas in U.S.-Chinese Relations|
|China’s Challenge to U.S. Hegemony|
|Let’s Make a Deal|
|Requiem for the Monroe Doctrine|
|Mirror-Imaging the Mullahs: Our Islamic Interlocutors|
|After Iran Gets the Bomb: Containment and Its Complications|
|U.S. Africa Command: A New Strategic Paradigm?|
|Bottom-Up Nation Building|
|The Domestic Side of American Foreign Policy|
|The War We Deserve|
|The Evangelical Roots of US Africa Policy|
|Waiting Games: The Politics of US Immigration Reform|
|The Institutional Context of American Foreign Policy|
|The Carter Syndrome|
|National War Powers Commission Report, Miller Center of Public Affairs, February 2007|
|The Homeland Security Hash|
|Coming Soon: A Crisis in Civil-Military Relations|
|Lost for Words: The Intelligence Community’s Struggles to Find Its Voice|
|Arrested Development: Making Foreign Aid a More Effective Tool|
|When Congress Stops Wars: Partisan Politics and Presidential Power|
|Foreign Policy Problems and the Policy Making Process|
|Law, Liberty and War: Originalist Sin|
|Neo-Conservatives, Liberal Hawks, and the War on Terror: Lessons from the Cold War|
|Securing the Information Highway: How to Enhance the United States’ Electronic Defenses|
|U.S. International Economic Strategy|
|America’s Sticky Power, Walter Russell Mead, as seen in Foreign Policy, March/April 2004|
|The New Axis of Oil|
|The Coming Financial Pandemic|
|Can Sanctions Stop Proliferation?|
|U.S. Military Strategy|
|The Use of Force|
|The New Rules of War|
|Space Wars: Coming to the Sky Near You?|
|New Challenges and Old Concepts: Understanding 21st Century Insurgency|
|Nuclear Disorder: Surveying Atomic Threats|
|Nuclear Abolition: A Reverie|
|Low-cost Nuclear Arms Races|
|The Iraq War, Afghanistan, and Beyond|
|Lifting the Veil: Understanding the Roots of Islamic Militancy|
|How We’ll Know When We’ve Won: A Definition of Success in Iraq|
|Is It Worth It?: The Difficult Case for War in Afghanistan|
|Afghanistan: Graveyard of Good Intent|
|Cracks in the Jihad|
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