Why American Foreign Policy Fails: Unsafe at Home and Despised Abroad
Springer, 12. maí 2008 - 197 síđur
This book explores the recent changes in U.S. foreign policy, examines the roles that the six primary actors (the President, the Congress, the bureaucracy, non-governmental organizations, the media and the public) play in policy decisions, and assesses the potential for improvement within this system.
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