5 edition of Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||October 5, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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The United States versus Terrorism: From the Embassy Bombings in Tanzania and Kenya to the Surge in Afghanistan - Frederick Gagnon and Ryan C. 15 The International Criminal Court: National Interests versus International Norms Donald W. 11 Sino-American Trade Relations: Privatizing Foreign Policy Steven W. Relying on their interpretations of the president's commander-in-chief powers and a congressional authorization to use force, White House officials conducted the invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq with as little input from outsiders as possible.
Check out the table of contents. Jones, Northern Illinois University The termination of the U. Nonproliferation Policy Crossroads: The U. Lantis and Eric MoskowitzPart II. and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
The process became more difficult, first, when the Bush administration said national security considerations would preclude the normal labor protections and, second, when civil libertarians countercharged that the new department would trample on the individual freedoms of Americans.
Public Opinion and Bosnia: Anticipating Disaster--Douglas C. The Politics of Climate Change: Will the U. trade policy toward Cuba splits the ranks within the Republican Party. Carter 435 Despite the U. Assassinating bin Laden: Right or Wrong? Army's Crusader mobile artillery system involved more than just saving millions of dollars. Table of Contents Preface xi Contributors xvii Introduction Ralph G. Sino-American Trade Relations: Privatizing Foreign Policy - Steven W. The United States and North Korea: Avoiding the Worst-Case Scenario--Patrick James and Ozgur Ozdamar, University of Missouri Clinton administration officials thought they had successfully curtailed North Korea's nuclear weapons program when North Korea accepted the Agreed Framework.
Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. He is the author, coauthor, editor, or coeditor of eight books or monographs including this oneas well as more than 50 articles, book chapters, review essays, and other professional publications.
Sino-American Trade Relations: Privatizing Foreign Policy-Steven W.
Many actors—from the president and members of Congress to interest groups, NGOs, and the media—compete to shape U.
Sino-American Trade Relations: Privatizing Foreign Policy - Steven W.
Best Sellers Rank: 12,329,672 in Books• foreign, trade, and defense policies and on the domestic sources of such policymaking, with particular attention on the role of Congress.