A solid, comprehensive, and practical guide to how American foreign policy is actually made.
A comprehensive, detailed, and well-written introduction to how foreign policy gets made in the United States.
Of all the foreign policy textbooks on the market, this one is the best at balancing a discussion of institutions, history, and politics. If you want to teach foreign policy with only one book, this is probably the best one.
This book provides an in-depth view of the internal governmental factors that shape United States foreign policy. Students will find the deep-dive into the policy-making process fascinating.
This is a comprehensive and thorough discussion of the U.S. structure and mechanisms which influence our foreign policy.