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Foreign and National Defense Policy Lecture 22 Keith GOV 310L A developing “military-industrial complex” creates a “potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power”
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Foreign Policy: Strategies, tactics, and actions of one nation concerning other nations
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Foreign and National Defense Policy I. Policy and Strategy II. Domestic and International Politics III. U.S. Hegemony
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I. Policy and Strategy Washington’s Farewell Address
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I. Policy and Strategy Monroe Doctrine Manifest Destiny Interventionism vs. Isolationism Collective security/Multilateralism MAD; 1 st Strike; Preventive War
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II. Domestic and International Politics The Defense State Congress Elections, Public Opinion
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VII. Foreign Policy: Domestic and International Intersections The Defense State Congress Elections, Public Opinion
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Unformatted text preview: Elections, Public Opinion • President as Commander in Chief • War Powers • Treaties and Executive Agreements The President As Commander in Chief • Protecting American Citizens and Property Overseas. • Commitment of Military in “Wartime” • Presidential Power in Times of Crisis War Powers • Constitutional Convention deliberations • War Powers Act of 1973/1974 • Dismissal of suits by members of Congress Treaties and Executive Agreements • President negotiates • Senate gives “advice and consent” to treaties • Executive Agreements not submitted to Senate • Presidents make executive agreements now and avoid making treaties when possible • Congress implements treaties and executive agreements III. U.S. Hegemony...
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