Table of contents for American foreign policy : past, present, future / Glenn Hastedt.

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Contents
Preface
Chapter 1: The Global Setting of American Foreign Policy
	Why the International System Matters
	The International System: Structural Constraints
		Decentralization
		Self-help System
		A Stratified System
	The International System: Cold War Trends
		Diffusion of Power
		Issue Proliferation		
		Actor Proliferation
		Regional Diversity
	The Contemporary International System: Domineering Features
		Globalization
		American Hegemony
	America and the World: Attitudes and Perceptions
	Summary and the Future
	Plan of the Text
Chapter 2: The Foreign Policy Agenda: Past, Present & Future
	Foreign Policy Problems
		What do Americans Want in Foreign Policy
		Thinking About Foreign Policy Problems
	The National Interest
	Grand Strategy
	Presidential Foreign Policy Doctrines
		The Truman Doctrine
		The Nixon Doctrine
		The Clinton Doctrine
		The Reagan Doctrine
		The Bush Doctrine
	Foreign Policy Doctrines Evaluated
	Terrorism as a Foreign Policy Problem
		Terrorism
		Combating Terrorism
		Strategy
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 3: The American National Style
	Isolationism versus Internationalism
	Sources of the American National Style
	Patterns
		Unilateralism
		Moral Pragmatism
		Legalism
	Consequences of the American National Style
	A Revival of Wilsonianism?
	Other Voices from the Past
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 4: Learning From the Past
	How Do Policy Makers Learn From the Past?
	Events Policy Makers Learn From
	Types of Calculations Made about Those Events
	Lessons Learned
	Learning from the Past: Case Studies
		The Cold War
		Vietnam
		Iraq
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 5: The Domestic Context of American Foreign Policy
	The Media and American Foreign Policy
		The Media, Public Opinion, and War
		The New Media and American Foreign Policy
	Public Opinion
		Trends and Content
		Public Opinion and the Use of Force
		Impact
	Elections
		Voter Knowledge and Issue Voting
		Party and Candidate Differences
		Impact
	Interest Groups
		Types of Groups
		Impact
	Political Protest	
Policy Maker Response
		An Example: the Public use of Intelligence and the Iraq War
	Summary and Future Issues
Chapter 6: The Constitution and Foreign Affairs
	Treaty Making Powers
		Senatorial Advice and Consent
		Executive Agreements
		The Role of the House in the Panama Canal Treaties
	Appointment Powers
	War Powers
		War Powers Resolution
		Civil Liberties
	Commerce Powers
	Federalism and the States
	Summary and Future Issues
Chapter 7: The Presidency
	When Does the President Matter?
	Presidential Personality
	Presidential Managerial Style
	Presidential Bureaucracy
		The National Security Council	
		The War Czar
	Other White House Voices
		The Vice President
		The White House Chief of Staff
	Presidential Decision Making
		Presidential Transitions
	Summary and Future Issues
Chapter 8: Congress and Foreign Policy
	Congressional Structure and Foreign Policy
		Blunt Foreign Policy Tools
		Decentralization
		Policy Entrepreneurship
		Staff Aides
	The Influence of Party and Region
	Outsourcing Foreign Policy
	Congress and the President
Constant Features
Changing Relationships
Summary and Future Issues
Chapter 9: The Foreign Affairs Bureaucracy		
	The State Department
		Structure and Growth
		The State Department's Value System
		Foreign Policy Impact
	The Defense Department
		Structure and Growth
		The Defense Department's Value System	
		Foreign Policy Impact
	The CIA and the Intelligence Community
		Structure and Growth
		The Intelligence Community's Value System
		Foreign Policy Impact
	The Domestic Bureaucracies
		Treasury, Commerce and Agriculture
		Homeland Security
	Policy Maker's Response
	Summary and Future Issues
Chapter 10: Models of Policy Making: Overview
	The Rational Actor Model
	The Bureaucratic Politics Model
	The Small Group Decision Making Model
Elite Theory and Pluralism
	Summary: Integrating Models and Additional Possibilities
Chapter 11: Decision Making: Case Studies
	The Cuban Missile Crisis
		Overview
		Three Views of the Cuban Missile Crisis
	Pre 9/11 Intelligence Policy on Terrorism
		The Intelligence Cycle
		Intelligence and Terrorism Prior to 9/11
		Three Views of an Intelligence Failure
	Negotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
		The Bargaining Phase
		The Ratification Phase
	Summary	
Chapter 12: Diplomacy
	Selecting a Policy Instrument
	Bilateral Diplomacy
		Incentives versus Sanctions
		Bilateralism versus Multilateralism
	Summit Diplomacy
		East-West Superpower Summits
		Economic Summits
	Conference Diplomacy
		GATT and WTO
		Environmental Conferences
	UN Diplomacy
	Public Diplomacy
	The Political Use of Force
		Post Cold War Coercive Diplomacy
		Nuclear Diplomacy
	Arms Transfers
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 13: Covert Action
Techniques of Covert Action
Post Cold War Covert Action
		The Covert Action Against Osama bin Laden
		Renditions
Controlling Covert Action
		Era of Trust
		Era of Skepticism
		Era of Uneasy Partnership
		Congress as Impatient Overseer
Summary and the Future
Chapter 14: The Economic Instruments
	Strategic Outlook
		Trade Strategies
		Monetary Strategies
	Economic Sanctions
		Inventory of Options
		Case Studies
		Rules of Economic Conflict
		Smart Sanctions
	Foreign Aid
		Types of Foreign Aid
		Cold War Foreign Aid
		Post Cold-War Foreign Aid
		9/11 Foreign Aid
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 15: Military Power
	Development of the U.S. and Soviet Nuclear Arsenals
	What Does It All Mean?
	A Historical Survey of U.S. Nuclear Strategy
	Post Cold War Nuclear Strategy
		The U.S. Strategic Nuclear Arsenal
		U.S. Nuclear Strategy
	Bridging the Nuclear-Conventional Divide
		Deterrence
		Preemption
		Asymmetric Conflicts
	Strategies for the Use of Conventional Military Force
		War Fighting
		Humanitarian/Peacekeeping Operations
		Terrorism/Counterinsurgency Conflicts
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 16: Arms Control and Missile Defense
	Judging Success and Failure
	Superpower Arms Control and Disarmament
		1946 to 1957
		1958 to 1972
		1973 to 1988
		1989 to 2001
		2001 to Present
	Defense
		The Strategic Defense Initiative
		Missile Defense Systems
		Counterproliferation
	The Post-Cold War Agenda
		Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
		Proliferation of Conventional Weapons
	Combining Approaches
	Summary and the Future
Chapter 17: Alternative Futures
	Choices
	Alternative Futures
		The United States as an Ordinary State
		Reformed America
		The United States as Global Manager
		Pragmatic America
		Neocontainment
		Triumphant America
		American Crusader
		America the Balancer
		Disengaged America
	The Future

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-.
United States -- Foreign relations administration.