9781588266095

Ethnic Lobbies And Us Foreign Policy

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    9781588266095

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    1588266095

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-15
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner
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Summary

Dozens of ethnic groups work determinedly to achieve specific policy goals in Washington, but to what degree do they actually wield power? Which groups are the most influential, and why? David Paul considers the relative impact of 38 ethnic lobbies to determine whether?and if so, how?they affect the course of US foreign policy. Paul systematically examines the impact of ethnic-group influence in six policy areas: aid, immigration, human rights, security, trade, and energy. He also compares the influence of ethnic lobbies to that of other actors, including business groups, the media, and foreign lobbyists. Challenging the conventional wisdom, he effectively draws on both qualitative and quantitative methods to shed needed light on this often heatedly contentious subject.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Ethnic groups in the United Statesp. 31
Lobbying strategiesp. 59
Accounting for varying levels of cloutp. 101
The most influential ethnic lobbiesp. 135
The comparative influence of ethnic groupsp. 169
Reassessing the power of ethnic American lobbiesp. 197
Interview questionsp. 215
Population data collection informationp. 223
Coding of ethnic Websitesp. 227
Coding of issue goals in relation to the status quop. 231
Bibliographyp. 239
Indexp. 253
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