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The Battle for U.S. Foreign Policy

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This book is an original study of the contemporary debate over U.S. foreign policy between the president, members of Congress, and political parties. Specifically, it examines how factions at the ideological extremes within parties such as the Tea Party, the Freedom Caucus, and Progressive Democrats can play significant roles in shaping U.S. foreign policy. In today's polarized atmosphere where Americans seem increasingly divided, factions are emerging as powerful insurgents, innovators, and engines of change. The book develops a minority theory of influence that recognizes the importance of traditional and nontraditional strategies including persuasion, legislation, and issue framing. Original case studies explore factions at work in foreign policy development during the Barack Obama and Donald Trump administrations, including struggles over immigration policy, trade agreements, development aid, and foreign policies toward Iran and Syria. The Battle for U.S. Foreign Policy captures the spirit of ideological and practical party struggles and fills a substantial gap in foreign policy analysis literature.



Patrick Homan is Associate Professor of Political Science at Dominican University, USA

Jeffrey Lantis is Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Global & International Studies Program at The College of Wooster, USA




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Patrick Homan is Associate Professor of Political Science at Dominican University, USA

Jeffrey Lantis is Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Global & International Studies Program at The College of Wooster, USA




Contenu
1. Introduction: Congress, Factions, and the Battle for U.S. Foreign Policy.- 2. Factionalism and Foreign Policy: A Model of Minority Influence.- 3. We the People?: Historical Foundations of Factionalism.- 4. The Tea Party, the Freedom Caucus, and the Obama Administration.- 5. Progressive Caucus Activism During the Obama Administration.- 6. The Freedom Caucus and Factionalism in the Trump Era.- 7. Progressives and Foreign Policy in the Trump Era.- 8. Conclusion: The Battle Continues.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: The Battle for U.S. Foreign Policy
Sous-titre: Congress, Parties, and Factions in the 21st Century
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Code EAN: 9783030301712
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Système politique
nombre de pages: 258
Parution: 04.12.2019
Taille de fichier: 2.8 MB