Publication Date: 7 Sep 2000 | Series: The Making of the Contemporary World
This essential introduction to postwar US foreign policy combines chronologic and thematic chapters to provide an historical account of US policy and to explore key questions about its design, control and effects.
'Those in quest of a comprehensive and empirically rich treatment of American foreign policy since the ending of the Second World War... can stop searching, for this is their book.' - International Journal
Steve Marsh is my professor in Cardiff University, and anybody who is interested in US Foreign Policy should have this book....theories combined with deep analysis about the Cold War and post-Cold War American power, economic issues, security issues....10/10 for the scholarship!!!