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Title:American Foreign Policy
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Paul R. Viotti
Publisher:Polity Press
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Number of Pages:254

American Foreign Policy by Paul R. Viotti

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC American Foreign Policy As the world s only superpower America s foreign policy inevitably has a major impact be it positive or negative on contemporary international affairs Since the terrorist attacks of George W Bush s decision to move away from multilateral decision making toward a more aggressive pre emptive style of foreign policy attracted widespread debate and criticism throughout the world Reversing direction the Barack Obama presidency is placing greater emphasis on constructive or peaceful engagement within multilateral frameworks relying on special envoys to deal with some of the thorniest problems .

In this book Paul Viotti explores American foreign policy from the founding of the republic in the late th Century to the present day Part examines the broad policy options available to the US government namely peaceful engagement containment through deterrence or coercive diplomacy and armed intervention Part looks at the American experience in foreign policy By exploring early precedents and elite practices the moralism of American exceptionalism as well as the roots of an expansionist American foreign policy the discussion draws out the continuities running from the th century to the present Part concludes with an analysis of the politics of interest on the Potomac with analysis of the interplay of contending policy elites factions and parties influencing foreign policy making today .

Assessing alternatives the author concludes that even though containment and armed intervention will remain part of the way the United States conducts its foreign policy diplomatic engagement options are the most promising course of action for the coming decades

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