PowerGame1-Feb10 - Week 4(Feb 11-13 The Domestic Roots of Foreign Policy Congress Louis Fisher Expansion of the President's War Power and Michael

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Week 4 (Feb. 11-13): The Domestic Roots of Foreign Policy: Congress * Louis Fisher, Expansion of the President's War Power, and Michael Genovese, George Bush and Presidential Leadership: The un-hidden Hand, in Betty Glad and Chris J. Dolan, eds., Striking First (Palgrave, 2004), pp. 123-148. * Little, pp. 157-192 ("Sympathy for the Devil?") The Power Game: in-class required video #1: Congress (Be sure to take notes! You may also look at the corresponding pages of Hedrick Smith, The Power Game, pp. 20-40,119-159) A look at Congress before Video 1 of the Power Game But first the news: Americaís Scorecard in Iraq , NYT Feb. 8, 2009 Holbrooke Says Afghan War ëTougher Than Iraqí , NYT Feb. 9, 2009 Leader of Afghanistan Finds Himself Hero No More , NYT Feb. 8, 2009 A Hard-Liner Gains Ground in Israel , NYT Feb. 9, 2009 Two Years Ago: National Intelligence Estimate, The Analysis : On the ëPolarizationí of Iraqis and Their ëReady Recourse to Violenceí NYT Feb 3, 2007 Hamas Fighters Appear to Tighten Hold in Gaza NYT Feb 3, 2007 Science Panel Calls Global Warming ëUnequivocalí NYT Feb 3, 2007 John Pilger, Iran; A War is Coming , Feb 1, 2007, published in
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PowerGame1-Feb10 - Week 4(Feb 11-13 The Domestic Roots of Foreign Policy Congress Louis Fisher Expansion of the President's War Power and Michael

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