United States Foreign Policy II: From Vietnam War to the Present


Examination of basic assumptions about international interests and purposes of United States foreign policy and the means by which they have been pursued from the end of the Vietnam War to the Clinton administration. Focus on crucial operational premises in the "defining moments" of United States diplomatic history. Various policy-making models, politics of foreign policy, global environment within which United States policy is made, and uses of history. Special attention to the Cold War, the Arab-Israeli wars, and the Gulf War. Continuation of Public Policy Studies 205 (recommended but not required). Instructor: Staff
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • CZ
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • PUBPOL 206