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US Foreign Policy since 1945
US Foreign Policy since 1945
is an essential and concise introductionto postwar US foreign policy. This book 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
provides challenging and thought- provoking analysis of the crucial issues, including:containmentPresidential war powersrealism and idealismthe Cuban missile crisisVietnam, Panama, Yugoslavia and Kosovothe New World OrdeUS interventionism and exit strategies
Alan P. Dobson
is Professor of Politics at the University of Dundee andhis books include
 Anglo-American Relations in the TwentiethCentury
(Routledge, 1995) and
 Deconstructing and Reconstructing the Cold War 
(Ashgate, 1999).
Steve Marsh
is a Jean Monnet Lecturer at the University of Cardiff and is currently working on several publications on Anglo–American relations and EU external relations.
 
The Making of the Contemporary World
Edited by Eric Evans and Ruth Henig
University of Lancaster 
The Making of the Contemporary World 
series provides challenginginterpretations of contemporary issues and debates within stronglydefined historical frameworks. The range of the series is global, witheach volume drawing together material from a range of disciplines – including economics, politics and sociology. The books in this series present compact, indispensable introductions for students studyingthe modern world.Titles include:
The Uniting of Europe
From discord to concord
Stanley Henig 
International Economysince 1945
Sidney Pollard 
United Nations in theContemporary World
 David J.Whittaker 
Latin America
 John Ward 
Thatcher and Thatcherism
 Eric J.Evans
Decolonization
 Raymond Betts
The Soviet Union in WorldPolitics, 1945–1991
Geoffrey Roberts
China Under Communism
 Alan Lawrance
The Cold War
An interdisciplinary history
 David Painte
Conflict and Reconciliation inthe Contemporary World
 David J.Whittaker 
States and Nationalism
 Malcolm Anderson
Dividing and Uniting Germany
 J.K.A.Thomeneck and Bill Niven

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