Written by two renowned political scientists, this is the only available booklength treatment of U.S. foreign policy from 1945 to the present. Spanier and Hook analyze the behavior of the United States as a world power both during the Cold War and in its turbulent aftermath in order to identify recurring patterns and consider their implications.
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Steven W. Hook is associate professor of political science at Kent State University. He is the author of U.S. Foreign Policy: The Paradox of World Power (2005), National Interest and Foreign Aid (1995), and editor of Comparative Foreign Policy: Adaptation Strategies of the Great and Emerging Powers (2002) and Foreign Aid Toward the Millennium (1996). He is a past president of the Foreign Policy Analysis sections of the American Political Science Association and the International Studies Association.
John Spanier received his PhD from Yale University. Since joining the faculty of the University of Florida in 1957, Spanier has lectured at the U.S. State Department's Foreign Service Institute, the Naval War College, military service academies, and several universities. Among his many other books is Games Nations Play.
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Book Description Holt McDougal, 1983. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 30619025