Lecture 10 - American FP Following the CW

Lecture 10 - American FP Following the CW - War 21:50 I...

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Lecture 10 – American Foreign Policy Following the Cold  War   21:50 I. Competing Values in U.S. Foreign Policy (Pre-9/11) A. Possible Ends 1. Spreading Democracy (Wilsonianism) a. If every country is Democratic there would be no war 2. Economic Prosperity (Economism) a. If every country is stable economically there is no need to worry 3. National Security (Realism) a. Worry about one’s own security 4. Human Rights (Humanitarianism) a. Help countries that need it 1) Somalia, Rwanda, etc 5. Isolationism (Minimalism) a. Do not get involved 1) Would not have to worry about anyone else B. Possible Means 1. Unilateralism a. Any single country does it alone 2. Multilateralism a. Countries team up 1) There is more debate
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a) Some could be paralyzing to the mission II. Selective Engagement A. Defining and Prioritizing Interests B. Vital Interests 1. Stopping Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction a. Nuclear weapons, Chemical weapons, Biological weapons 2. Maintaining Peace in Eurasia a. Yugoslavia/Black Sea to Middle Parts of China 1) Has some of the largest oil/natural gas regions in the world b. U.S. anticipating this to be the new battleground 3. Securing Stable Oil Supplies
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