Foreign Policy of the United States, Količina 1
Foreign policy of the United States is a complex mechanism defined both by constitutional law as well as by various instruments of public and private pressure. This book examines first of all the foreign policy roles of the President and Congress. History has shown control of foreign policy has shifted between the Executive Branch and Congress depending on public opinion, perceived strengths of various presidents, congressional interest levels and willingness of power congressmen to oppose the president. National interest as a foreign policy element is considered as well. Albeit a vague term that can and often is construed to mean whatever a particular president or congress is interested in the moment, there are several areas of general agreement; cheap oil for American consumers; halting nuclear proliferation; containment of Russia; following Israeli direction on Mid-East policy; trying to open Chinese markets for American companies; generally serving as an active agent of American business in global markets; maintaining and projecting American's military muscle throughout the world. The book also examines the government organisations involved in foreign policy, the laws related to various countries, foreign election monitoring, economic sanctions as instruments of foreign policy, international terrorism and the War Powers Resolution.
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Foreign Policy Roles of the President and Congress
National Interest and US Foreign Policy
Indispensable Leader of Hegemon?
Foreign Policy Agency Reorganization
Terrorism The Future and US Foreign Policy
The Role of International Observers and General Guidelines for Observation
Discussion and Guide to Current Law
TwentyTwo Years of Experience
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action activities Administration Affairs agencies agreement amendment American approved armed forces August authorization bill Bosnia branch Committee Congress congressional consistent Constitution consultation continued countries December Defense Department determined Development direct division economic effect efforts election established example executive Export Financing extend foreign assistance Foreign Operations foreign policy former funds groups Haiti hostilities House implementation important imposed initiative introduced involvement Iran Iraq issue January July June leaders legislation limit major March means measures Members military national interest November observers October ordered organizations Panama participation passed Persian political Powers Resolution President Clinton President's Programs Appropriations Act prohibits proposed protect Public Law Related Programs Appropriations response restrictions role sanctions Secretary Security Senate September situation specific Stat submitted term terrorism terrorist Trade troops U.S. forces U.S. foreign United United Nations vote War Powers Resolution withdrawal