With a review of the executive branch and congressional actions, this book provides the purposes and history of U.S. participation in the multilateral development banks and the relationship between process and goals in the formulation and application of U.S. Foreign policy.
Table of Contents
1. The Multilateral Banks and the United States 2. U.S. Foreign Policy and the Banks: Goals and Choices 3. Joining and Participating: A Short History of U.S. Policy Toward the Banks 4. The Executive Branch and U.S. Policy Toward the Banks 5. Congress and the Multilateral Banks 6. Executive-Legislative Relations and the Multilateral Banks 7. Influence and Effectiveness: Ends and Means for Foreign Policy
Jonathan E. Sanford