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ISBN-13 9780321315977ISBN-10 0321315979
Print: 
ISBN-10 0-321-07902-7ISBN-13 978-0-321-07902-2
Author(s): Daniel S. Papp - University System of Georgia; Loch K. Johnson - The University of Georgia; John E. Endicott - Georgia Institute of Technology
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright year: © 2005 Pages: 560
Description

The only text in the market to include all three major areas of coverage in the typical American Foreign Policy course–history, process, and current policy issues–this is a highly accessible, up-to-date introduction written with a deep understanding of history and thorough attention to today's changing world.

For the first time, the three major area of the typical American Foreign Policy course are now given indepth coverage in a single book. American Foreign Policy: History, Politics, and Policy comprehensively presents: 1) the background and history of U.S. foreign policy as far back as the 18th century; 2) the politics and processes of U.S. foreign policy formulation; and 3) analyses of current foreign policy issues. Providing sufficient depth for understanding but avoiding unnecessary jargon, this is an engaging, straightforward text written specifically for undergraduates. Abounding with real-world case examples, brimming with historical context, and offering up-to-date coverage of contemporary topics, this text is sure to engage student interest and give them the tools they need to examine and evaluate American foreign policy.

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