This book focuses on the consequences of immigration for U.S. foreign policy, in particular, to those consequences that affect, or appear to affect, the nation's view of its role and the definition of its vital interest in the world. It discusses the impact of ethnic groups on foreign policy. .
Table of Contents
1. Immigration and Foreign Policy: General Considerations 2. New Rules of the Game 3. The Nineteenth-Century Immigration Part One: The Interwar Period 4. Immigration in the Interwar Period 5. Immigration and U.S. Foreign Policy: The Interwar Period Part Two: The Postwar Refugees, 1945–1965 6. U.S. Refugee Policies and Refugee Migration Since World War II 7. The Roots of U.S. Refugee Policy Part Three: The Latin Immigration 8. Immigration and U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin America and the Caribbean 9. Immigration as Foreign Policy in U.S.–Latin American Relations Part Four: The Asian Immigrants 10. Asian Immigration Since World War II 11. Asian Immigrants and U.S. Foreign Policy