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American foreign policy : theoretical essays

Author: G John Ikenberry
Publisher: New York : HarperCollinsCollegePublishers, ©1995.
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American foreign policy.
New York : HarperCollinsCollegePublishers, ©1995
(OCoLC)647318677
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: G John Ikenberry
ISBN: 067352440X 9780673524409
OCLC Number: 33079964
Description: vi, 682 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part One: The problem of explanation --
A widening gyre : the logic of American weapons procurement / James R. Kurth --
Explaining change in foreign economic policy / John S. Odell --
Models of international relations and foreign policy / Ole R. Holsti --
Part Two: International sources of foreign policy --
Anarchic orders and balances of power / Kenneth Waltz --
Toward a realist theory of state action / Michael Mastanduno, David A. Lake, and G. John Ikenberry --
The American conception of national security and the beginning of the Cold War, 1945-1948 / Melvyn P. Leffler --
Part Three: Capitalism, class, and foreign policy --
The political consequences of the product cycle : industrial history and political outcomes / James R. Kurth --
Sectoral conflict and U.S. foreign economic policy, 1914-1940 / Jeff Frieden --
Economic instability and military strength : the paradoxes of the 1950 rearmament decision / Fred Block --
Part Four: National values, democratic institutions, and foreign policy --
American ideals versus American institutions / Samuel P. Huntington --
Policy making in a weak state / Stephen D. Krasner --
An international liberal community / Michael W. Doyle --
The United States political system and international leadership : a "decidedly inferior" form of government / Michael Mastanduno --
Part Five: Public opinion, policy legitimacy, and sectional conflict --
From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam : shifting generational paradigms and foreign policy / Michael Roskin --
The "operational code" : a neglected approach to the study of political leaders and decision making / Alexander L. George --
Political conflict and foreign policy in the United States : a geographical interpretation / Peter Trubowitz --
Part Six: Bureaucratic politics and organizational culture --
Conceptual models and the Cuban Missile Crisis / Graham T. Allison --
Are bureaucracies important? (Or Allison Wonderland) / Stephen D. Krasner --
The organizational process and bureaucratic politics paradigms : retrospect and prospect / David A. Welch --
How could Vietnam happen? An autopsy / James C. Thomson, Jr. --
Part Seven: Perceptions, personality, and social psychology --
Hypotheses on misperception / Robert Jervis --
Cognitive perspectives on foreign policy / Philip E. Tetlock and Charles B. McGuire Jr. --
Seduction by analogy in Vietnam : the Malaya and Korea analogies / Yuen Foong Khong --
The personalities of Bush and Gorbachev measured at a sistance : procedures, portraits, and policy / David G. Winter, Margaret G. Hermann, Walter Weintraub, and Stephen G. Walker --
Escalation of the Vietnam War : how could it happen / Irving L. Janis --
Part Eight: Theoretical debates after the Cold War --
Who won the Cold War / Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry --
The tragedy of Cold War history / John Lewis Gaddis --
"Revising postrevisionism," or, the poverty of theory in diplomatic history / Bruce Cumings.
Other Titles: American foreign policy (Ikenberry)
Responsibility: edited by G. John Ikenberry.

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