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This brief contributed volume introduces students to the conduct of foreign policy under the Obama administration. The book's twelve original essays share a common theme: to investigate the degree to which Obama's strategy represents a "renewal" of U.S. engagement. Chapters in the first part of the book look at actors and policy formulation and focus on the role of the executive, Congress, public opinion, and interest groups. The second part tackles the policy domains: national defense, terrorism, intelligence, diplomacy, human rights, the economy, and the environment.
Table of Contents
|Seeking Renewal: American Foreign Policy in the Obama Era|
|Presidents, Advisers, and Future Directions of American Foreign Policy|
|Striking a Balance: Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy|
|Vox Populi as a Foundation for Foreign Policy Renewal? Unity and Division in Post-Bush Administration Public Opinion|
|Ethnic Lobbying in the Obama Administration|
|Renewing U.S. National Security Policy: Something Old, Something New|
|Change and Continuity in America‚«÷s Counterterrorism Strategy under Obama|
|U.S. Intelligence Policy: Where Do We Stand?|
|Protecting Human Rights|
|‚«£First, Do No Harm‚«†: Foreign Economic Policy Making under Barack Obama|
|U.S. Global Environmental Policy in the Post-Bush Era|
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