An essential and concise introduction to postwar US foreign policy, this second edition of US Foreign Policy since 1945 explores the key questions of who makes policy, why, in what style or tradition, under what kinds of democratic controls and in what kind of international environment.
"US Foreign Policy since 1945," 2nd edition, provides challenging and thought-provoking analysis of the crucial issues, and as well as extensive analysis of the cold war and pre-2001 periods, it has been fully updated to include:
· the accession of George W. Bush
· September 11th 2001
· the second gulf war in Iraq
· the neglect of Africa in relation to the Middle East.
Also included are a chronology and a new conclusion which draws together the themes of the book and looks towards the future.