πŸ“’ Author : Dina Smeltz
πŸ“’ Publisher : The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2015-09-15
πŸ“’ Pages : 82
πŸ“’ ISBN :
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : The results of the 2015 Chicago Council Survey demonstrate that the American public remains committed to engagement in the worldβ€”as it has been for the more than 40 years the Council has conducted its surveys. But on specific policies, public opinion often divides along party lines. At a fundamental level, these divergent views reflect differing interpretations of how the United States can most effectively advance its interestsβ€”whether through military or other meansβ€”in an increasingly volatile world.

πŸ“’ Author : Trevor Rubenzer
πŸ“’ Publisher : ABC-CLIO
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2017-06-15
πŸ“’ Pages : 400
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9781440843679
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : Examines the perspectives of Democrats and Republicans on dozens of major foreign policy issues of the 21st century, illuminating both areas of consensus and issues where partisan divisions are wide. β€’ Presents both historical and contemporary examples of partisan divisions on key foreign policy issues that clarify the impact of partisanship on politics and foreign policy β€’ Examines a wide variety of partisan actors and sourcesβ€”including the party platform, unelected party elites and advisors, members of Congress, U.S. presidents, and presidential candidatesβ€”for their unique perspectives on foreign policy issues β€’ Supplies cross-referenced coverage of related foreign policy topics, such as ISIS, Syria, Iraq, and terrorism

πŸ“’ Author : Riccardo Alcaro
πŸ“’ Publisher : Springer
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2016-06-28
πŸ“’ Pages : 296
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9781137574862
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : This book assesses the state of transatlantic relations in an era of emerging powers and growing interconnectedness, and discusses the limits and potential of transatlantic leadership in creating effective governance structures. The authors first resort to theory and history to understand the transatlantic relationship. They then consider the domestic and systemic factors that might set the relationship between the United States and Europe on a different path. Finally, the authors locate the potential for transatlantic leadership in the context of the global power shift. The world of the 21st century displays different power configurations in different policy domains. This changing structure of power complicates the exercise of leadership. Leadership requires not only greater power and authority, but also persuasion, bargaining and moral suasion, all necessary strategies to build coalitions and manage conflicts between great powers.

πŸ“’ Author : Stephen M. Walt
πŸ“’ Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2018-10-16
πŸ“’ Pages : 400
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9780374712464
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : From the New York Times–bestselling author Stephen M. Walt, The Hell of Good Intentions dissects the faults and foibles of recent American foreign policyβ€”explaining why it has been plagued by disasters like the β€œforever wars” in Iraq and Afghanistan and outlining what can be done to fix it. In 1992, the United States stood at the pinnacle of world power and Americans were confident that a new era of peace and prosperity was at hand. Twenty-five years later, those hopes have been dashed. Relations with Russia and China have soured, the European Union is wobbling, nationalism and populism are on the rise, and the United States is stuck in costly and pointless wars that have squandered trillions of dollars and undermined its influence around the world. The root of this dismal record, Walt argues, is the American foreign policy establishment’s stubborn commitment to a strategy of β€œliberal hegemony.” Since the end of the Cold War, Republicans and Democrats alike have tried to use U.S. power to spread democracy, open markets, and other liberal values into every nook and cranny of the planet. This strategy was doomed to fail, but its proponents in the foreign policy elite were never held accountable and kept repeating the same mistakes. Donald Trump won the presidency promising to end the misguided policies of the foreign policy β€œBlob” and to pursue a wiser approach. But his erratic and impulsive style of governing, combined with a deeply flawed understanding of world politics, are making a bad situation worse. The best alternative, Walt argues, is a return to the realist strategy of β€œoffshore balancing,” which eschews regime change, nation-building, and other forms of global social engineering. The American people would surely welcome a more restrained foreign policy, one that allowed greater attention to problems here at home. This long-overdue shift will require abandoning the futile quest for liberal hegemony and building a foreign policy establishment with a more realistic view of American power. Clear-eyed, candid, and elegantly written, Stephen M. Walt’s The Hell of Good Intentions offers both a compelling diagnosis of America’s recent foreign policy follies and a proven formula for renewed success.

πŸ“’ Author : Barbara A. Bardes
πŸ“’ Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2016-03-14
πŸ“’ Pages : 392
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9781442261891
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : Public Opinion: Measuring the American Mind provides an in-depth look at the history and future of polling, including how public opinion is measured, how it is used and misused, and how to critically evaluate public opinion data. This new edition incorporates a new theme of political polarization and examines how mass media and social media help to shape public opinion. It also provides in-depth coverage of public opinion on such issues as political ideology, health care, race, and foreign policy, as well as an update and discussion of the major changes that have taken place on controversial issues such as gay marriage, gun control, and immigration.

πŸ“’ Author : Howard J. Wiarda
πŸ“’ Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2006
πŸ“’ Pages : 329
πŸ“’ ISBN : 0742530388
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : In The Crisis of American Foreign Policy, noted scholar Howard J. Wiarda argues that the foreign policy of the United States reflects the divisions and dysfunctions we see in our domestic culture and society. This text tackles such critical issues as ethnocentrism in foreign policy as well as U.S. efforts to extend democracy, human rights, and civil society in other countries. Key areas covered include Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. Concise, clearly written, well-organized, challenging, and provocative, this is a text that students and professors alike will appreciate.

πŸ“’ Author : Ole Holsti
πŸ“’ Publisher : Routledge
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2013-02-01
πŸ“’ Pages : 390
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9781136084508
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : Ole Holsti, one of the deans of US foreign policy analysis, examines the complex factors involved in the policy decision-making process including the beliefs and cognitive processes of foreign policy leaders and the influence public opinion has on foreign policy. The essays, in addition to being both theoretically and empirically rich, are historical in breadth--with essays on Vietnam--as well as contemporary in relevance--with essays on public opinion and foreign policy after 9/11.

πŸ“’ Author : Peter Gries
πŸ“’ Publisher : Stanford University Press
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2014-04-16
πŸ“’ Pages : 368
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9780804790925
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : Political Science

SYNOPSIS : In this provocative book, Peter Gries directly challenges the widely held view that partisan elites on Capitol Hill are out of touch with a moderate American public. Dissecting a new national survey, Gries shows how ideology powerfully divides Main Street over both domestic and foreign policy and reveals how and why, with the exception of attitudes toward Israel, liberals consistently feel warmer toward foreign countries and international organizations, and desire friendlier policies toward them, than conservatives do. And because most Congressional districts have become hyper-partisan, many politicians today cater not to the "median voter" in their districts, but to the primary voters who elect them. The perverse incentives of the U.S. electoral system, therefore, are empowering the ideological extremes, contributing to elite partisanship over American foreign policy. The Politics of American Foreign Policy weaves seamlessly together in-depth examinations of the psychological roots and foreign policy consequences of the liberal-conservative divide, the cultural, socio-racial, economic, and political dimensions of American ideology, and the moral values and foreign policy orientations that divide Democrats and Republicans. Within this context, the book explores in detail why American liberals and conservatives disagree over US policy relating to Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, East Asia, and international organizations such as the UN.

πŸ“’ Author :
πŸ“’ Publisher : DIANE Publishing
πŸ“’ Release Date :
πŸ“’ Pages :
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9781428967304
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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πŸ“’ Author : Ole R. Holsti
πŸ“’ Publisher : University of Michigan Press
πŸ“’ Release Date : 2011-11-07
πŸ“’ Pages : 226
πŸ“’ ISBN : 9780472034802
πŸ“’ Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
πŸ“’ Category : History

SYNOPSIS : Shifts in public opinion have had an impact on U.S. foreign policy