This new series sets out to publish high quality works by leading and emerging scholars critically engaging with United States Foreign Policy. The series welcomes a variety of approaches to the subject and draws on scholarship from international relations, security studies, international political economy, foreign policy analysis and contemporary international history.
Subjects covered include the role of administrations and institutions, the media, think tanks, ideologues and intellectuals, elites, transnational corporations, public opinion, and pressure groups in shaping foreign policy, US relations with individual nations, with global regions and global institutions and America’s evolving strategic and military policies.
The series aims to provide a range of books – from individual research monographs and edited collections to textbooks and supplemental reading for scholars, researchers, policy analysts, and students.
US Power and the Social State in Brazil Legal Modernization in the Global South
Elite Theory and the 2003 Iraq Occupation by the United States How US Corporate Elites Created Iraq’s Political System
The United States, India and the Global Nuclear Order Narrative Identity and Representation
US Democracy Promotion after the Cold War Stability, Basic Premises, and Policy toward Egypt
US Power in Latin America Renewing Hegemony
By Adam Lusk
December 31, 2021
Rhetoric, Media and the Narratives of US Foreign Policy: Making Enemies studies the process of communicating threats to the US public and explores when and why the American public believes another country or regime is a threat. Through a comparative and historical study, the author focuses on how ...
By Júlio Cattai
December 30, 2021
The book analyzes the elite-led efforts to transform the Brazilian legal order in the period between 1930-1975 and how US Power played a major role in such a process. Besides the global circulation of ideas and institutions, the book discusses the Brazilian institutional development in the period....
By Bamo Nouri
September 10, 2021
This book locates US elites as members of corporate elite networks and drivers of corporate elite interests, arguing that studying the social sources of US power plays an important part in understanding the nature of their decisions in US foreign policy. Exploring the decisions taken by American ...
By Anthony Teitler
July 21, 2020
Providing a study of US policy towards Afghanistan from the Soviet intervention of 1979 to the exit of US/International Security Assistance Forces combat troops at the end of 2014, this book examines how the United States’ construction of its interests has shaped its long-term involvement with that...
By Tanvi Pate
April 28, 2020
In the Post-Cold War era, US nuclear foreign policies towards India witnessed a major turnaround as a demand for ‘cap, reduce, eliminate’ under the Clinton administration was replaced by the implementation of the historic ‘civil nuclear deal’ in 2008 by Bush, a policy which continued under Obama’s ...
By Donna Rose Jackson
December 09, 2019
Examining American foreign policy towards the Horn of Africa between 1945 and 1991, this book uses Ethiopia and Somalia as case studies to offer an evaluation of the decision-making process during the Cold War, and consider the impact that these decisions had upon subsequent developments both ...
Edited By Geoffrey F. Gresh, Tugrul Keskin
November 28, 2019
The dawn of the Cold War marked a new stage of complex U.S. foreign policy involvement in the Middle East. More recently, globalization and the region’s ongoing conflicts and political violence have led to the U.S. being more politically, economically, and militarily enmeshed – for better or ...
By Leif Rosenberger
November 14, 2019
Explaining the connection between economics and violent extremism, this book argues that American foreign policy must be rebalanced with a greater emphasis on social inclusion and shared prosperity in order to mitigate the root causes of conflict. Rosenberger argues that economic coercion has ...
By Ramon Pacheco Pardo
September 11, 2019
How has North Korea sought to normalize diplomatic relations with the US? Explaining the continuities between the Kim Jong-un and Kim Jong-il governments, as well as the discontinuities, especially the decisive move towards brinkmanship under Kim Jong-un culminating in 2017 and subsequent turn ...
By Annika Elena Poppe
August 05, 2019
This book explores the often assumed but so far not examined proposition that a particular U.S. culture influences U.S. foreign policy behavior or, more concretely, that widely shared basic assumptions embraced by members of the U.S. administration have a notable impact on foreign policy-making. ...
Edited By Michelle Bentley, Jack Holland
July 29, 2019
President Obama’s first term in office was subject to intense criticism; not only did many feel that he had failed to live up to his leadership potential, but that he had actually continued the foreign policy framework of the George W. Bush era he was supposed to have abandoned. This edited volume ...
By Rubrick Biegon
July 29, 2019
An original account of contemporary US-Latin American relations, this book utilises neo-Gramscian and historical materialist approaches to build a novel conceptual framework for analysing US hegemony, extending critical theory in new and exciting directions. It disaggregates US power into distinct ...