Rising Threats, Enduring Challenges Readings in U.S. Foreign Policy, by Price-Smith, Andrew
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- ISBN: 9780199897636 | 0199897638
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 12/16/2013
Bringing together the best articles in the field, Rising Threats, Enduring Challenges: Readings in U.S. Foreign Policy is a uniquely wide-ranging anthology that helps students learn how to analyze and critique complex foreign policy issues. Part One: Historical Perspectives provides a selection of pivotal historical readings, while the articles in Part Two: Theory and Grand Strategy illustrate key theories including realism, liberalism, bureaucratic politics, and political psychology. Part Three: Institutions and Processes includes debates on the influence of public opinion, interest groups, the media, labor, and business on U.S. foreign policy. Part Four: The U.S. and the World offers a special focus on bilateral relations between the U.S. and key countries--including Afghanistan, China, India, Iran, and Russia--and Part Five: New Domains looks at rising threats and challenges including cyber-attacks, nuclear proliferation, terrorism, energy scarcity, climate change, the Arab Spring, and imperial overstretch.