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by Patrick Callahan

  • Author: Patrick Callahan
  • ISBN: 0321088484
  • ISBN13: 978-0321088482
  • ePub: 1358 kb | FB2: 1330 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Pearson; 1 edition (November 14, 2003)
  • Pages: 200
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 170
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Logics of American Foreign Policy: Theories of America's World Role ePub download

This engaging new book introduces American Foreign Policy through the presentation of the most important logics used in contemporary . Callahan first develops the concept of foreign policy logic, then places foreign policy arguments in a context of broader issues of .

foreign policy, and identifies the five traditions of American political culture. purpose and of the historical development of foreign policy thinking.

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Patrick Callahan, DePaul University. This engaging new supplementary book critiques six alternative prescriptions or logics of the United States' role in the world: hegemonism, realism, isolationism, liberalism, liberal internationalism, and radical anti-imperialism. This new book presents each of six logics -sets of beliefs about foreign policy strategy, national interest, power, and ethical obligations-arguing a balanced and compelling case for each one. It then traces the role of each logic in the history of . diplomacy and concludes with a critical evaluation of that logic.

This engaging new book introduces American Foreign Policy through the presentation of the most important logics used in contemporary .

The organization of the book and chapter themes are unique, and this translates into a unique way to learn and study the material. This different way of covering the necessary topics is a positive. Also, the Magstadt goes much farther than others in its coverage of history, statistics and data. -Shari MacLachlan, Palm Beach State College.

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including both organized private actors and politicians and bureaucrats) use to further their interests at home and abroad.

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This engaging new book introduces American Foreign Policy through the presentation of the most important logics used in contemporary debates, emphasizes the six most important foreign policy logics competing to define U.S. foreign policy, and identifies the five traditions of American political culture. Callahan first develops the concept of foreign policy logic, then places foreign policy arguments in a context of broader issues of U.S. purpose and of the historical development of foreign policy thinking. An objective presentation of ideals and theory allows a deeper understanding of debates, permitting the student to form an independent judgment of U.S. foreign policy.

net rider
Its a textbook folks, so what can I say? I found the course topic not to my liking but the text was adequate from that standpoint. The book arrived on time and in good condition. Thanks.
Wrathshaper
I use this book to teach US foreign policy, and it really is one of a kind. While most other texts bore students with endless descriptions of dry institutional details they will forget as soon as the course is over, this book focuses on the ideas and policy debates which have always driven America's policies towards the rest of the world, taking in US foreign policy history along the way. My experience has been that students consistently like it, since it allows them to explain current events from a variety of political perspectives. My only (small) quibble is that the term 'hegemonism' (one of the book's six logics) is increasingly being used more narrowly than the author does as a description of the Bush administration's crusading neo-conservatism - a kind of 'Wilsonianism of the right', as someone put it - and due to the rapid pace of events the 2003 edition already needs updating somewhat. But the book itself is excellent: it is fair, even-handed and and well-written, and I stongly recommend it to other teachers ---- David Houghton, University of Central Florida
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