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Issues for Debate in American Foreign Policy
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Issues for Debate in American Foreign Policy
Selections from CQ Researcher


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Foreign Policy Analysis

September 2011 | 472 pages | CQ Press
Is a U.S.-China partnership possible? Are the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan making U.S. enemies weaker? Do drone strikes comply with international law? This updated second edition of Issues for Debate in American Foreign Policy takes up these and other compelling questions. Sixteen chapters explore who the key players are, what's at stake, and explain why recognizing past and current developments is so crucial to the future. Drawn from the award-winning CQ Researcher, selections skilfully cover the range of fact, analysis, and opinion surrounding an issue.
 
Security Issues
 
Attacking Piracy
 
Confronting Rape as a War Crime
 
Dangerous War Debris
 
Terrorism and the Internet
 
Drone Warfare
 
Prosecuting Terrorists
 
Economic Issues
 
Future of Globalization
 
Future of the Eurozone
 
Climate Change
 
Regional Issues
 
Sub-Saharan Democracy
 
Europe's Immigration Turmoil
 
Crime in Latin America
 
Democracy in Southeast Asia
 
Mideast Turmoil
 
U.S.-China Relations
 
Afghanistan Dilemma

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