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The Domestic sources of American foreign policy

insights and evidence
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St. Martin"s Press , New York
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989., United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-, United States -- Foreign relations -- Decision making., United States -- Foreign relations administra

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Statementedited by Eugene R. Wittkopf.
ContributionsWittkopf, Eugene R., 1943-
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LC ClassificationsE840 .D63 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 360 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1447121M
ISBN 100312103158
LC Control Number93086520

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THE SOCIETAL ENVIRONMENT: 1.

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Soft power and American foreign policy / Joseph S. Nye, Jr. ; 2. Why don't they like us. How America has become the object of much of the planet's genuine grievances and displaced discontent / Stanley Hoffmann ; 3.

The domestic sources of American foreign policy: an introduction / Charles W. Kegley and Eugene R. Wittkopf --Breakdown: the impact of domestic politics on American foreign policy / I.M. Destler, Leslie H. Gelb, and Anthony Lake --A leadership divided: the foreign policy beliefs of American leaders, / Ole R.

Holsti and James N. External and domestic sources of foreign policy ambiguity: South African foreign policy and the projection of pluralist middle power External and domestic sources of foreign policy Author: Paul-Henri Bischoff. Abstract. American foreign policy at any time can only be understood with reference to its domestic sources.

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McCormick ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS, INC. Domestic sources range from the individual values and beliefs that political leaders bring to, and employ in, making foreign policy choices to the larger societal values that have influenced the views of U.S.

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