The Politics of United States Foreign Policy 6th Edition

The Politics of United States Foreign Policy, 5 edition

Jerel A. Rosati , James M. Scott, "The Politics of United States Foreign Policy"
W..orth P-shing | 2010 | ISBN: 0495797243 | 510 pages | PDF | 5 MB

The Politics of United States Foreign Policy (repost)  

Posted by Veslefrikk at Nov. 11, 2014
The Politics of United States Foreign Policy (repost)

Jerel A. Rosati , James M. Scott, "The Politics of United States Foreign Policy"
2010 | ISBN: 0495797243 | 510 pages | PDF | 5 MB

The Politics of United States Foreign Policy (repost)  

Posted by interes at Feb. 11, 2013
The Politics of United States Foreign Policy (repost)

Jerel A. Rosati , James M. Scott, "The Politics of United States Foreign Policy"
2010 | ISBN: 0495797243 | 510 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Widely considered to be a definitive work on how U.S. foreign policy is made, THE POLITICS OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY uses three levels of analysis that demonstrate how government, society, and the historical-global environment all impact policymaking. Appropriate for those professors who want to teach a course that emphasizes process, the text blends substance, history, and theory in a lively narrative that is comprehensive, accessible, and informative. This new fifth edition is streamlined and updated and includes coverage of the 2008 elections, the new Congress, the global economic crisis, updates on the Iraq War, and the Obama administration's foreign policy.

The Politics of Means and Ends: Policy Instruments in the European Union  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Dec. 9, 2016
The Politics of Means and Ends: Policy Instruments in the European Union

Holger Bähr, "The Politics of Means and Ends: Policy Instruments in the European Union"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1409410706 | PDF | pages: 226 | 1.8 mb
Faces of Power: Constancy and Change in United States Foreign Policy from Truman to Obama

Faces of Power: Constancy and Change in United States Foreign Policy from Truman to Obama by Seyom Brown
2015 | ISBN: 0231133294, 0231133286 | English | 864 pages | PDF + EPUB | 4 MB + 16 MB
The View from Xanadu: William Randolph Hearst and United States Foreign Policy

The View from Xanadu: William Randolph Hearst and United States Foreign Policy by Ian Mugridge
English | May 1, 1995 | ISBN: 0773512810 | 220 Pages | PDF | 13.45 MB

Hearst is usually remembered as a flag-waving, jingoistic patriot who was anti-British, anti-French, anti-Oriental - anti almost everything except the United States.
United States Foreign Policy and National Identity in the 21st Century

Kenneth Christie - United States Foreign Policy and National Identity in the 21st Century
Published: 2008-10-31 | ISBN: 0415573572, 041546613X | PDF | 198 pages | 1.05 MB
The Marine Corps and the State Department: Enduring Partners in United States Foreign Policy, 1798-2007 by Leo J. III Daugherty

The Marine Corps and the State Department: Enduring Partners in United States Foreign Policy, 1798-2007 by Leo J. III Daugherty
English | Apr 13, 2009 | ISBN: 0786437960 | 407 Pages | PDF | 7.1 MB
The American Journey: A History of the United States, Combined Volume (6th Edition) (Repost)

The American Journey: A History of the United States, Combined Volume (6th Edition) By David Goldfield, Carl E. Abbott and more
2011 | 955 Pages | ISBN: 0205245951 | PDF | 131 MB
Encyclopedia of United States Indian Policy and Law (repost)

Encyclopedia of United States Indian Policy and Law by Paul Finkelman and Tim Alan Garrison
1 edition (December 15, 2008) | English | ISBN-10: 1933116986 | 1001 pages | PDF | 31 MB

In 1987 ethnohistorian James Axtell published the article “Colonial America without the Indians: Counterfactual Reflections,” in which he imagined a North America bereft of humans at the time of European exploration and settlement. The purpose of his piece was to demonstrate how vital the Native peoples of the continent had been to the history and development of the United States. Axtell’s imaginative contention could also be extended to an exploration of the relationship between the story of U.S. Indian policy and the general history of the United States.That history is not only important in its own right; it is also interwoven with the political, economic, legal, cultural, and social histories of the United States—which would have developed in other ways.