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Downloadable Instructor Solution Manual for U.S. Foreign Policy The Paradox of World Power 6th Edition By Steven W. Hook, ISBN: 9781506396910

Table Of Content

Figures, Tables, Maps, and Boxes
Preface
PART I. THE SETTING OF U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
Chapter 1. The United States in a Turbulent World

The Paradox of America’s World Power

The Numbers of U.S. Foreign Policy

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 2. The Expansion of U.S. Power

Economic and Territorial Expansion

Fighting Two World Wars

Global Primacy and the Cold War

New Challenges After the Cold War

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 3. Dynamics of Decision Making

The Global Context: Rival Perspectives

Opening the “Black Box” of Domestic Politics

The Impact of Civil Society

Coping With Bureaucratic Politics

The Human Factor

Conclusion

Key Terms

PART II. INSIDE-OUT: GOVERNMENT SOURCES OF FOREIGN POLICY
Chapter 4. Presidential Power

The Constitution’s Mixed Blessing

Presidential Prerogative in the “Zone of Twilight”

Structures of the “Presidential Branch”

Judicial Interventions in Foreign Policy

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 5. Congress Beyond the “Water’s Edge”

Trends in Legislative-Executive Relations

Constraints on Congressional Action

Foreign Policy by Committee

War Powers and the Use of Force

The Power of the Purse

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 6. The Foreign Policy Bureaucracy

Agency Dysfunctions and the Paradox of World Power

The Diplomatic Complex

The Security Complex

The Intelligence Complex

The Economic Complex

Conclusion

Key Terms

PART III. OUTSIDE-IN: EXTERNAL SOURCES OF FOREIGN POLICY
Chapter 7. Public Opinion at Home and Abroad

Democracy and the Paradox of World Power

Public Opinion Since World War II

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 8. The Impact of Mass Communications

Functions of the News Media

Patterns of Foreign News Coverage

The Social Media Revolution

Online News and Views From Overseas

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 9. Social Movements and Interest Groups

Group Action and the Paradox

Dynamics of Social Movements

Types of Foreign Policy NGOs

Group Strategies and Tactics

Buying Power: The Corporate Connection

Conclusion

Key Terms

PART IV. POLICY DOMAINS
Chapter 10. National Security and Defense Policy

The Foundation of Strategy

Justifying the Use of Force

The Nuclear Shadow

Waging War on Terror

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 11. Economic Statecraft

Models of Political Economy

The Balance of Economic Power

Trade Policy as a “Two-Level Game”

National Interests and Foreign Aid

Economic Sanctions as a Policy Tool

Conclusion

Key Terms

Chapter 12. Transnational Policy Problems

Managing the Global Commons

The Immigration Debate

The Dangers of Weapons Proliferation

Human Rights and Democracy

Prospects for “Exporting” Democracy

Threats to Democracy at Home

Conclusion

Key Terms

Appendix A: U.S. Administrations Since World War II
Appendix B: The War Powers Resolution of 1973
Glossary
Notes
References
Index
About the Author