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The Resource Taking sides, Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy, selected, edited, and with introductions by John T. Rourke

Taking sides, Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy, selected, edited, and with introductions by John T. Rourke

Label
Taking sides, Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy
Title
Taking sides
Title part
Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy
Statement of responsibility
selected, edited, and with introductions by John T. Rourke
Title variation
Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
KUA
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Taking sides, Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy, selected, edited, and with introductions by John T. Rourke
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Should the United States move to substantially ease current sanctions against Cuba?
  • American foreign policy: the domestic side and policy-making issues.
  • Should the president's ability to commit U.S. forces to combat be restricted?
  • Does the media drive foreign policy?
  • Should foreign policymakers minimize human rights concerns?
  • United States international economic and environmental strategy.
  • Will the United States remain a global economic power?
  • Is economic globalization a positive trend for the United States?
  • Should the Kyoto Treaty on global warming be supported?
  • United States post-Cold War military strategy.
  • The United States and the world: strategic choices.
  • Do serious threats to U.S. security exist?
  • Should the United States immediately build a ballistic missile defense system?
  • Should Congress ratify the comprehensive test ban treaty?
  • The United States and international organizations and law.
  • Should the United States decline to ratify the International Criminal Court Treaty?
  • Is the United States justified for not paying its back assessment to the UN?
  • Should the United States continue its internationalist policies?
  • Should the United States seek global hegemony?
  • Should the United States follow a unilateralist foreign policy?
  • The United States and the world: regional and bilateral relations.
  • Was U.S. intervention in Kosovo justified?
  • Should the United States continue its current policy with Russia?
  • Is the U.S. policy of strategic engagement with China ill-conceived?
Control code
ocm43944085
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxi, 408 p.
Isbn
9780072397949
System control number
(Sirsi) a805969
Label
Taking sides, Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy, selected, edited, and with introductions by John T. Rourke
Publication
Contents
  • Should the United States move to substantially ease current sanctions against Cuba?
  • American foreign policy: the domestic side and policy-making issues.
  • Should the president's ability to commit U.S. forces to combat be restricted?
  • Does the media drive foreign policy?
  • Should foreign policymakers minimize human rights concerns?
  • United States international economic and environmental strategy.
  • Will the United States remain a global economic power?
  • Is economic globalization a positive trend for the United States?
  • Should the Kyoto Treaty on global warming be supported?
  • United States post-Cold War military strategy.
  • The United States and the world: strategic choices.
  • Do serious threats to U.S. security exist?
  • Should the United States immediately build a ballistic missile defense system?
  • Should Congress ratify the comprehensive test ban treaty?
  • The United States and international organizations and law.
  • Should the United States decline to ratify the International Criminal Court Treaty?
  • Is the United States justified for not paying its back assessment to the UN?
  • Should the United States continue its internationalist policies?
  • Should the United States seek global hegemony?
  • Should the United States follow a unilateralist foreign policy?
  • The United States and the world: regional and bilateral relations.
  • Was U.S. intervention in Kosovo justified?
  • Should the United States continue its current policy with Russia?
  • Is the U.S. policy of strategic engagement with China ill-conceived?
Control code
ocm43944085
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxi, 408 p.
Isbn
9780072397949
System control number
(Sirsi) a805969
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