This book examines the various meanings and reviews the history of bipartisan foreign policymaking since World War II, presenting documents relating to bipartisan foreign policy and discussing legislative-executive consultation on foreign policy.
Table of Contents
Part One: Bipartisan Foreign Policy and Policymaking Since World War II 1. Introduction 2. Meanings of Bipartisan Foreign Policy 3. Postwar Record of Bipartisanship 4. Perspectives on Bipartisan Foreign Policy 5. Issues 6. Building a Bipartisan Foreign Policy 7. Conclusion Part Two: Documents on Bipartisan Foreign Policymaking 8. Models of Making Bipartisan Foreign Policy 9. The importance of Criticism Part Three: Strengthening Executive-Legislative Consultation on Foreign Policy