The Contributors Examine The Reagan Administration S Foreign Policy In Light Of Growing Economic And Political Conflicts Among The United States, Western Europe, And Japan, And The Surge Of Political And Social Struggles In The Third World Included Are Detailed Analyses Of America S Relations With The Soviet Union, Western Europe, Southern Africa, Central America And The Caribbean, The Philippines, Northeast Asia, And The Middle East, In Addition To A Comprehensive Study Of Reagan S Foreign Aid Policy The Chapters, Which Assess The Intersection Between Policy Pronouncements And Reagan S Capacity To Realize Stated Goals, Identify Constraints That Limit And Sometimes Force Modification In The Style, If Not The Substance, Of White House Foreign Policy.
Current head of the Politics Department at Macquarie University, Sydney Australia.
- 258 pages
- Crisis and Confrontation
- Morris H. Morley
- 08 February 2017 Morris H. Morley