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Covers the post-Gulf War to 2000 time period. Argues that the Clinton Administration had no clear goals in Iraq, and pursued a reactionary policy. American foreign policy objectives; difficulties facing U.S. policy. Issue of sanctions on Iraq. Saddam Hussein's actions in weakening United Nations sanctions. Weakness of U.S. policy toward Iraq.
Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has pursued a consensus foreign policy of global engagement aimed at providing a stable international... more
19 pages | 16 sources | 25 citations | TURABIAN citation style

Price: $60.00

Examines policies of U.S. Presidential administrations. Events that have impacted upon the economic, cultural, and political dimensions of American policy toward Castro and Cuba. Pressures placed on the American government by its allies to reshape its Cuban policy. The role of the U.S. Cuban community in U.S. politics. The Elian Gonzales incident.
Dimensions of American Policy Toward Cuba
Since Fidel Castro took control of Cuba in the 1950s during the administration of... more
15 pages | 14 sources | 34 citations | APA citation style

Price: $40.00

Analysis of the most significant effects of the United States' post-World War II European Recovery Plan (The Marshall Plan). Purpose of ERP to assist in the economic recovery of Western Europe. Argues that the plan was a blend of generosity and self-interest. Humane and economic aid, and combatting the Soviet threat
The three most significant effects of the United States' European Recovery Plan (ERP), better known as the Marshall Plan, were the economic recovery... more
10 pages | 7 sources | 29 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $40.00

Examines guiding principles of foreign policy during the first eight years of the New Deal Administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR). Influence on foreign policy of domestic recovery efforts from the Great Depression. FDR's comestic reforms. U.S. isolationist sentiments. Move toward a more assertive foreign policy in Europe & Asia. Aid to Allies. Entry into WWII.
This research paper discusses the guiding principles of American foreign policy during the first eight years... more
10 pages | 8 sources | 27 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $40.00

Uses social theory to analyze the crisis caused by the mid-air collision of a U.S> spy plane and a Chinese fighter jet on April 1, 2001. Conflict theory of Karl Marx and interaction 6heory of Georg Simmel. Economics as a driving force (Marx) & human interaction (Simmel). Issues of who caused the crash; sovergien aerial territory, political ideaology, personal and international interaction.
This study will examine the crisis following the mid-air collision of a U.S. spy plane and a Chinese fighter jet over international waters off the... more
10 pages | 6 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

Price: $100.00

Contends that American foreign policy & support of the Russian transformation has had mixed results. Overview of the transformation. Discusses Russia's system under Putin & concerns regarding the establishment of Democracy in Russia. Examines U.S. Programs (USAID, etc) to assist Russia; functional powers of such aid. American foreign aid & Russia and past American bilateral assistance. Argues that American assistance to Russsia has not bolstered the country's Democratic institutions.
The Russian Transformation and the Role of American Support
Introduction and Statement of Purpose
American foreign policy in general, and... more
30 pages | 30 sources | 94 citations | APA citation style

Price: $24.00

Historical and strategic dimensions. U.S. pursuit of the "one-Korea" policy. American foreign policy toward South Korea from the end of the Korean War through 2002. Impact on Korean unification. U.S> initiatives stressing South Korean economic development, social reforms and long-range U.S. public assistance. South Korea's economic difficulties of the 1990s. New U.S. policy under Bush administration toward the Korean peninsula.
U.S. Foreign Policy: The Case of South Korea
United States policy toward the “Two Koreas” has many dimensions which derive from the... more
6 pages | 8 sources | 17 citations | APA citation style

Price: $72.00

U.S. aid to Greece & Turkey in President Harry Truman's administration. Relationship to Cold War. Examaines various policies & perspectives.
This research paper examines the relationship between the Truman Doctrine and the Cold War, as seen from the traditional,... more
18 pages | 26 sources | 55 citations | TURABIAN citation style

Price: $52.00

The Marines in Beirut - 1982
Explores events & issues related to the re-introduction of US Marines in Beirut in 1982.
The Marines in Beirut  1982
1982 was not the first year that the Marines were deployed to Lebanon, nor was Ronald Reagan the... more
13 pages | 10 sources | 24 citations | TURABIAN citation style

Price: $36.00

Media & Foreign Policy
Presents analysis of media influence on the development & implementation of foreign policy.
The media has an influence on the development and implementation of foreign policy just as it does on every other aspect of American political life.... more
9 pages | 5 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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