The president and foreign policy : chief architect or general contractor? / Glenn P. Hastedt, Anthony J. Eksterowicz, editors.

Contributor(s): Hastedt, Glenn P, 1950- | Eksterowicz, Anthony JMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Nova Science, c2005Description: xi, 121 p. : ill. ; 27 cmISBN: 1594544905Subject(s): United States -- Foreign relations | Presidents -- United States | Executive power -- United StatesDDC classification: 327.73 LOC classification: JZ1480 | .P743 2005
Contents:
Reluctant home remodler, general contractor, or chief architect : foreign policy and the education of George W. Bush / Glenn P. Hastedt and Anthony J. Eksterowicz -- Eisenhower, Reagan, and escaping the dilemmas of deterrence / Robert A. Strong -- Public opinion, presidential leadership, and foreign policy in a post-9-11 international system / Michael Chambers and Robert K. Goidel -- The foreign policy architecture of the Clinton and Bush administrations / James K. Oliver -- Architect or home builder? President George W. Bush, Mexico, and the misunderstood European referent / Mark J. Miller -- Presidents and intelligence / Arthur S. Hulnick -- Hesitant home repair or successful restoration? Foreign policymaking in the George W. Bush administration, the conflict in Liberia, and the case for humanitarian non-intervention / J. Peter Pham.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Reluctant home remodler, general contractor, or chief architect : foreign policy and the education of George W. Bush / Glenn P. Hastedt and Anthony J. Eksterowicz -- Eisenhower, Reagan, and escaping the dilemmas of deterrence / Robert A. Strong -- Public opinion, presidential leadership, and foreign policy in a post-9-11 international system / Michael Chambers and Robert K. Goidel -- The foreign policy architecture of the Clinton and Bush administrations / James K. Oliver -- Architect or home builder? President George W. Bush, Mexico, and the misunderstood European referent / Mark J. Miller -- Presidents and intelligence / Arthur S. Hulnick -- Hesitant home repair or successful restoration? Foreign policymaking in the George W. Bush administration, the conflict in Liberia, and the case for humanitarian non-intervention / J. Peter Pham.

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