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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976: Volume XXXVIII, Part 1: Foundations of Foreign Policy
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Kristin L. Ahlberg (ed); Alexander Wieland (ed)
This vol. documents the intellectual foundations of the foreign policy of the second Richard Nixon admin. and the Gerald Ford admin. It elucidates the primary intellectual themes that ran through and influenced both Nixon and Fordäó»s foreign policy: a continued belief in interdependence and cooperation in relation to energy and economic issues, an emphasis upon East-West dí©tente, and the primacy of the executive branch in the formulation and conduct of foreign policy. It also looks at the ways in which the Nixon and Ford admins. developed strategies to contend with a changing geopolitical landscape in the aftermath of U.S. withdrawal from Southeast Asia, a new intensification of the Cold War in Africa, conflict in the Middle East, and the proliferation of transnational issues. Lastly, it explores the influence of domestic politics on the making of foreign policy, most notably during the late stages of the Watergate scandal, the resignation of President Nixon, and the ideological challenges posed by Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter during the 1976 Presidential campaign. This is a print on demand report.
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