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America the vincible : U.S. foreign policy for the twenty-first century

Author: Earl H Fry; Stan A Taylor; Robert S Wood
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©1994.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Earl H Fry; Stan A Taylor; Robert S Wood
ISBN: 0130284572 9780130284570
OCLC Number: 28547121
Description: viii, 356 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: America the vincible: the ship of state in hazardous waters --
Part One: The context of U.S. foreign policy-making --
Who steers the ship of state? The constitutional basis of foreign policy --
The White House Office and the National Security Council in the foreign policy process --
The role of other executive branch departments and agencies --
The social and cultural bases of U.S. foreign policy --
Part Two: International security and national defense --
Geostrategic foundations of national defense --
The Cold War and national defense --
National defense after the Cold War --
National defense and the challenge of terrorism --
Part Three: U.S. foreign economic policy-making in an era of global interdependence --
American competitiveness in an interdependent world --
Employment, resources, and the environment: international challenges facing the United States --
U.S. foreign economic policy --
Coping witht he economic challenges of the twenty-first century --
The future.
Responsibility: Earl H. Fry, Stan A. Taylor, Robert S. Wood.

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