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A study on the reformulation of American foreign policy in the aftermath of the Vietnam war and the end of the Cold Wa. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

A study on the reformulation of American foreign policy in the aftermath of the Vietnam war and the end of the Cold War. Organised by presidential administrations.

An excellent and insightful work filled with wisdom about how presidents since Nixon have tried to sell their foreign policies to an often skeptical public.

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Synthetic work of the sort Richard Melanson offers in American Foreign Policy Since the Vietnam War (its . Melanson's book shows some of the continuing value and pitfalls of synthesis

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This book integrates the study of presidential politics and foreign policy-making from the Vietnam aftermath to the events following September 11 and the Iraqi War. Focusing on the relationship between presidents' foreign policy agendas and domestic politics, it offers compelling.

This book integrates the study of presidential politics and foreign policy-making from the Vietnam aftermath to the events following September 11 and the Iraqi War. Focusing on the relationship between presidents' foreign policy agendas and domestic politics, it offers compelling portraits of presidents Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, and Bush II. In the course of comparing the efforts of these presidents to articulate a clear conception of the national interest and to forge a foreign policy consensus, the author shows the key role of public opinion in constraining presidential i. .

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In case studies ranging from the invasion of Grenada through the Gulf War and the dilemmas of Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia and Kosovo, Melanson provides compelling portraits of presidents Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton, and their different efforts to forge a foreign policy consensus.

Part Five: Conclusions; Chapter 8. American Foreign Policy Since Nixon; The Nixon Administration; The Carter Administration; The Reagan Administration; The Bush Administration; The Clinton Administration; The George W. Bush Administration Bibliography; Index.

The foreign policy of the Richard Nixon administration was the foreign policy of the United States from January 20, 1969 to August 9, 1974, when Richard Nixon served as the President of the United States. Nixon held office during the Cold War, a sustained period of geopolitical tension between the United States and the Soviet Union.

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A revealing look at presidential politics and foreign policy-making from the aftermath of Vietnam to the NATO intervention in Kosovo. The book illuminates the relationship between presidents' domestic and foreign policy priorities and the key role of public opinion in constraining presidential initiatives, particularly the ability of a president to use military force overseas. In case studies ranging from the invasion of Grenada through the Gulf War and the dilemmas of Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia and Kosovo, Melanson provides compelling portraits of presidents Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton, and their different efforts to forge a foreign policy consensus.
American Foreign Policy Since the Vietnam War: The Search for Consensus from Nixon to Clinton download epub
Humanities
Author: Richard A Melanson
ISBN: 0765602733
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 3rd edition (January 2, 2000)
Pages: 352 pages