US foreign policy

"This new edition reflects the legacy of the Obama administration, the unfurling impacts of President Trump, and the American role in world affairs. It includes new chapters on gender, religion, East Asia, and the Liberal International Order."--Oxford University Press web page, viewed 6/14...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Cox, Michael 1947- (Editor), aStokes, Doug 1972- (Editor)
Resource Type: Book
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2018.
Edition:Third edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : US foreign policy
  • Past, present, and future Michael Cox and Doug Stokes
  • Theories of US foreign policy Brian Schmidt
  • American exceptionalism Daniel Deudney and Jeffrey W. Meiser
  • The US rise to world power, 1776-1945 Walter LaFeber
  • The economic rise of a superpower: from Washington to Trump Michael Cox
  • American foreign policy during the Cold War Richard Saull
  • America in the 1990s : searching for purpose John Dumbrell
  • The twenty-first century and smart power Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
  • Domestic influences on foreign policy making Valentina Aronica and Inderjeet Parmar
  • Regional shifts and US foreign policy Peter Trubowitz
  • Media and US foreign policy Piers Robinson
  • US foreign policy in the Middle East Toby Dodge
  • The USA and the EU Mike Smith
  • US foreign policy in Russia Peter Rutland
  • US foreign policy in the Asia -Pacific Feng Zhang
  • US foreign policy in Latin America James Dunkerley
  • US foreign policy in Africa Robert G. Patman
  • Global terrorism Paul Rogers
  • Religion Lee Marsden
  • Gender Sylvia Bashevkin
  • Global environment Robyn Eckersley
  • The American liberal order: from creation to crisis G. John Ikenberry
  • Drifting apart? The emerging end of the transatlantic partnership Stephen M. Walt
  • The future of US foreign policy Anatol Lieven
  • US decline or primacy? A debate Christopher Layne, William Wohlforth, and Stephen G. Brooks.