A behind-the-scenes look at diplomacy and international relations in post-communist Eastern Europe.
Essays that critically evaluate America's domestic and foreign policy landscape since President Obama took office.
A compelling, intimate account of how US foreign assistance in war zones and developing countries does not achieve its intended goals.
An engaging insider's account by a member of President Reagan's Central America policy team.
Examines the nature of the interplay between the U. S. press and the American state on Africa, with a special focus on its armed struggles waged to complete the decolonization process.
Examines ten important and controversial U. S. presidential foreign policy decisions in the post-World War II period, including one major controversy for each president from Truman to Clinton.
This book provides an overview of the recently implemented Canada-U. S. Free Trade Agreement and highlights its implications for manufacturing, engineering, and technological firms and for service industries. ...
Combined with aggressive rhetoric and ideological hostility, the conventional approach to crisis resolution generates only military options and diminishes our prospects for less dangerous solutions. This ...
This book directly explores congressional efforts to control the ability of the Chief Executive to use force. It examines the influence Congress has wielded over nuclear arms control, and reveals how Congress has operated to channel American military assistance, covert actions, and open warfare over the past forty years.
Called “one of the three most successful envoys to South America during the nation’s first 150 years,” Buchanan served under four presidents.