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The politics of American foreign policy : how ideology divides liberals and conservatives over foreign affairs
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Éditeur Stanford University Press
Année cop. 2014
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The politics of American foreign policy : how ideology divides liberals and conservatives over foreign affairs
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1 vol. (XVIII-347 p.) : ill. ; 23 cm
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Bibliogr. p. 307-323. Index.
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327.73
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Foreword: Partisanship and the U.S. national interest / by David L. Boren ; Introduction: Ideology and American foreign policy ; Part I. Concepts. Liberals, conservatives, and foreign affairs ; Beyond red and blue : four dimensions of American ideology ; The moral foundations of ideology and international attitudes ; The foreign policy orientations of liberals and conservatives : internationalism, realism/idealism, and nationalism ; Partisan elites and global attitudes : ideology in social context ; Part II. Cases. Latin America : liberal and conservative moralities of immigration and foreign aid ; Europe : socialist France, Mother England, Brother Germany, and the E.U. antichrist ; The Middle East : Christian Zionism, the Israel lobby, and the Holy Land ; East Asia : Red China, free Asia, and the Yellow Peril ; International organizations and treaties : blue helmets, black helicopters, and satanic serpents ; Conclusion: Ideology : why politics does not end at water's edge ; Statistical glossary
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978-0-8047-8935-6
0-8047-8935-5
978-0-8047-9088-8
0-8047-9088-4
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