Problems of American foreign policy [by] Martin B. Hickman.


Beverly Hills, Glencoe Press [1968] .

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
United States -- Foreign relations.
United States.
Series Insight series (Beverly Hills, Calif.)
Description 180 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Thinking about foreign policy: Hickman, M.B. The distinctive environment of foreign policy. Seabury, P. The constitutional setting of foreign policy.--The executive and foreign policy: Neustadt, R.E. Sources of presidential power. George, A. Bureaucratic strategy and presidential choices. Destler, I.M. The strategies of presidents. Wormuth, F.D. Presidential wars.--Congress and foreign policy: Taylor, S.A. Congressional resurgence. Carroll, H.N. The politics of the committees. Rostow, W.W. Congress and foreign policy. McKay, G.A reply to W.W. Rostow. -- Diplomacy, diplomats, and secrecy: Scott, A.M. The problem of the State Department. Campbell, J.F. The disorganization of state. Hickman, M.B. The American diplomat. Ransom, H.H. CIA: clandestine service in an open society.--Recent trends in American foreign policy: an epilogue.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)421931
(OCoLC)ocm00421931
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hickman, Martin B. 1925-1991,
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