The Politics of Strategic Adjustment
The contributors examine a century of American experience to illustrate how the United States determines its security policies. While scholars have typically focused on "outside factors," such as international pressures, constraints, and opportunities, this collection of essays shows that decisions about strategy are critically shaped by domestic politics?political ideologies, state structure, and societal interest.
Specifications of The Politics of Strategic Adjustment
|Publisher||Columbia University Press|
|Number Of Pages||368|
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