This course will provide an overview of the history of US Foreign Policy from the Cold War to the post-Cold War era. The course focuses on major policy options, issues in the Middle East, reset to Asia, and the choices between multilateralism and hegemonic dominance. The course emphasizes policy-making, especially the role of the President and Executive, in struggles with Congress, and the role of various NGO's, think tanks, and other lobbyists in the formation of foreign policy outcomes.
Brown Jr., Clifford
Location & Meeting Time
Synchronous Online-ONLI T/TH 07:00PM-08:45PM LEC