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Contents PREFACE ix INTRODUCTION 1 PART ONE The Problem of Explanation OLE R. HOLSTI Models of International Relations and Foreign Policy W. MICHAEL REISMAN The United States and International Institutions PART TWO International Sources of Foreign Policy KENNETH WALTZ Anarchic Orders and Balances of Power MELVYN P. LEFFLER The American Conception of National Security and the Beginnings of the Cold War, 1945/1948 G. JOHN IKENBERRY Rethinking the Origins of American Hegemony PART THREE Capitalism, Class, and Foreign Policy JEFF FRIEDEN Sectoral Conflict and U.S. Foreign Economic Policy, 1914/1940 ANDREW J. BAVEVICH Strategy of Openness ROBERT WADE The Invisible Hand of the American Empire PART FOUR National Values, Democratic Institutions, and Foreign Policy SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON American Ideals versus American Institutions MICHAEL MASTANDUNO The United States Political System and International Leadership:A "Decidedly Inferior" Form of Government? G. JOHN IKENBERRY America's Liberal Grand Strategy: Democracy and National Security in the Post-War Era ROBERT KEOHANE The Ironies of Sovereignty: The European Union and the United States PART FIVE Public Opinion, Policy Legitimacy, and Sectional Conflict MICHAEL ROSKIN From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam:Shifting Generational Paradigms and Foreign Policy ALEXANDER L. GEORGE Domestic Constraints on Regime Change in U.S. Foreign Policy:The Need for Policy Legitimacy LAWRENCE R. JACOBS AND BEN PAGE Business Versus Public Influence in U.S. Foreign Policy PETER TRUBOWITZ Political Conflict and Foreign Policy in the United States:A Geographical Interpretation PART SIX Bureaucratic Politics and Organizational Culture GRAHAM T. ALLISON Conceptual Models and the Cuban Missile Crisis STEPHEN D. KRASNER Are Bureaucracies Important? (Or Allison Wonderland) PART SEVEN Perceptions, Personality, and Social Psychology ROBERT JERVIS Hypotheses on Misperception PHILIP E. TETLOCK AND CHARLES B. MCGUIRE, JR. Cognitive Perspectives on Foreign Policy YUEN FOONG KHONG Seduction by Analogy in Vietnam: The Malaya and Korea Analogies DAVID G. WINTER, MARGARET G. HERMANN, WALTER WEINTRAUB, AND STEPHEN G. WALKER The Personalities of Bush and Gorbachev Measured at a Distance: Procedures, Portraits, and Policy PART EIGHT American Foreign Policy After the Cold War and 911 CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER The Unipolar Era G. JOHN IKENBERRY America's Imperial Ambition ROBERT JERVIS
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Foreign relations