American Presidential Statecraft: During the Cold War and After

Springer, 3 avr. 2017 - 319 pages
This book, the second of two volumes, examines the presidency in last half of twentieth century America and explores the successes and failures of presidents in their foreign policy initiatives. It examines each president's ability to apply his skills to a foreign policy issue in the face of opposition that may come from a variety of sources, including the Congress, the Pentagon, the State Department, the press, and often their own in-house advisers. This volume in particular focuses on John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush.

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John F Kennedy the Hawks the Doves and the Cuban Missile Crisis 1962
A Worm with a Hook Lyndon Johnsons Decision to Escalate US Involvement in the Vietnam War November 1963July 1965
Richard Nixon Henry Kissinger and the Congress Ending US Involvement in the Vietnam War 19691974
Ronald Reagan George Shultz and Caspar Weinberger Winding Down the Cold War 19841988
George W Bushs Decision to Invade Iraq 20012003
Conclusion The Art of Presidential Statecraft
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Ronald E. Powaski is an American historian and former lecturer at Cleveland State University, USA.

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