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Making American Foreign Policy : President--Congress Relations from the Second World War to the Post--Cold War Era - Philip J. Briggs

Making American Foreign Policy

President--Congress Relations from the Second World War to the Post--Cold War Era

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Published: 28th February 1995
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Expanded from the original edition to include the post-Cold War era, Making American Foreign Policy explores the struggle between the President and the Congress to shape U.S. foreign policy from World War II, through Vietnam and "Operation Desert Storm," to the Clinton Administration's policy in Somalia. Case studies make the book especially useful for classroom teaching and the six common themes identified give students a more focused understanding of foreign policy formulation.

Well-researched, well-reasoned, and well-argued . . . an extremely useful casebook for classroom use.--Donald A. Ritchie, associate historian, U.S. Senate Historical Office; author of Doing Oral History

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introductionp. 1
Research Designp. 1
Constitutional Settingp. 2
The Cases Studiedp. 7
Congress and Collective Security: The Resolutions of 1943p. 15
The President Sets the Stagep. 15
Republicans to Be Consultedp. 17
The House Acts Firstp. 20
Hull Facilities Congressional Actionp. 21
The Senate Follows Suitp. 24
Congress and Bipartisanship: The Formation of NATO, 1949p. 31
Bipartisan Conditionsp. 31
Forming NATOp. 33
Fully Bipartisan?p. 35
Congressional Oppositionp. 37
The Treaty Approvedp. 41
Congress and Franco Spain: The Pact of Madrid, 1953p. 47
Franco Spain and U.S. Foreign Policyp. 47
The Spanish Lobbyp. 50
The Administration Weakensp. 57
Negotiations and Agreementp. 64
Congress and the Cold War: U.S.-China Policy, 1955p. 69
Truman and Chiang Kai-shekp. 70
Dulles and Eisenhowerp. 70
The New Lookp. 71
Legislative-Executive Relationsp. 72
Into the Abyssp. 74
Hitting Firstp. 76
Ridgway Not Consultedp. 77
Lehman, Langer, and Morsep. 78
UN Agenda Itemsp. 81
Treaty Ties Approvedp. 82
Congress and the Middle East: The Eisenhower Doctrine, 1957p. 85
Dulles and the Middle Eastp. 87
Congress and the High Damp. 89
Dulles and the Doctrinep. 91
A Bipartisan Strategyp. 94
Dulles under Firep. 97
The Senate Balksp. 101
The Senate Consentsp. 105
Kennedy and the Congress: The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, 1963p. 109
Early Attemptsp. 109
Kennedy's Effortsp. 112
Congressional Doubtsp. 113
A Bipartisan Strategyp. 116
Dirksen's Rolep. 122
Nixon Versus the Congress: The War Powers Resolution, 1973p. 127
Constitutional Settingp. 127
Political Contextp. 130
Nixon and the Warp. 132
Congressional Assertivenessp. 134
The War Powers Resolutionp. 136
Nixon versus the Congressp. 141
Reagan and the Congress: The Grenada Intervention, 1983p. 145
Cuba on My Mindp. 145
Decision to Intervenep. 147
Combat and Congressional Responsep. 149
The Trust Factorp. 153
Congress and the Gulf War: From Desert Shield to Desert Storm, 1991p. 157
Wars Pastp. 157
Desert Shieldp. 159
Congressional Resistancep. 161
Authorizing Warp. 163
Common Themes and a Look at Clinton's Congressional Relationsp. 169
Constitutional Issuesp. 170
Common Themesp. 173
Clinton and the Congressp. 186
Clinton, the Congress, and Somaliap. 189
App. A. Fulbright and Connally Resolutionsp. 191
App. B. Vandenberg Resolutionp. 193
App. C. Formosa Resolutionp. 195
App. D. War Powers Resolutionp. 197
App. E. Authorization for Use of Military Force against Iraq Resolutionp. 203
Notesp. 205
Bibliographyp. 231
Indexp. 245
About the Authorp. 253
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ISBN: 9780847679461
ISBN-10: 0847679462
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 28th February 1995
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 14.99  x 1.52
Weight (kg): 0.37
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised