Table of contents for Statecraft : the what and the how of foreign policy and how to restore America's standing in the world / Dennis Ross.

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Preface																						1 
Chapter 1
The Bush Foreign Policy: Its Style, Ideological Roots, and the Need for Statecraft 	
											6
Chapter 2
Cases of Statecraft : German Unification in NATO																	41
Chapter 3
Cases of Statecraft: Bosnia 
70
Chapter 4
Cases of Statecraft: Undoing Iraqi Aggression in Kuwait
105
Chapter 5
Cases of Statecraft: Saddam, George W. Bush, and the Iraq War
142
Chapter 6
Lessons of Statecraft for Today
188
Chapter 7
Statecraft in a New World
											200
Chapter 8
Negotiations As An Instrument of Statecraft
268
Chapter 9
How to Negotiate: 12 Rules to Follow in any Negotiation
290
Chapter 10
Mediation in a World of Local Conflict
339
Chapter 11 
11 Rules for Mediation
368
Chapter 12
Practicing Statecraft: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
											401
Chapter 13
Practicing Statecraft: Winning the Struggle with Radical Islam and Altering Iran¿s Behavior (Turning Iran into less of a threat)					
											438
Chapter 14
A Neo-liberal Agenda and Statecraft Restored
											482

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-.
International relations -- Case studies.