Annual Editions: American Foreign Policy 11/12

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  • Edition: 15th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-08-17
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin
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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

Correlation Guide
Topic Guide
Internet References
The United States and the World: Strategic Choices
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
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
The South
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
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
The Presidency
The Carter Syndrome
National War Powers Commission Report, Miller Center of Public Affairs, February 2007
The Bureaucracy
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
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
The Use of Force
The New Rules of War
Space Wars: Coming to the Sky Near You?
Preemption Paradox
New Challenges and Old Concepts: Understanding 21st Century Insurgency
Arms Control
Nuclear Disorder: Surveying Atomic Threats
Nuclear Abolition: A Reverie
Low-cost Nuclear Arms Races
The Iraq War, Afghanistan, and Beyond
Unit Overview
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
Exit Lessons
Test-Your-Knowledge Form
Article Rating Form
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