Secrecy In Us Foreign Policy

Author: Yukinori Komine
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754672722
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Secrecy in US Foreign Policy examines the pursuit of strict secrecy by President Nixon and his National Security Advisor Kissinger in foreign policy decision making in relation to the US rapprochement with China.

Conspiracy Theory And American Foreign Policy

Author: Tim Aistrope
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1784997811
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This book adds a new dimension to the debate by examining the 'Arab-Muslim paranoia narrative': the view that Arab-Muslim resentment towards America is motivated to some degree by a paranoid perception of American power in the Middle East.

U S Foreign Intelligence

Author: Charles D. Ameringer
Publisher: Free Press
ISBN: 9780669214918
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Looks at the role of espionage in American history from the Revolution to the present, and discusses the issues that arise concerning the place of secrecy in a free society

Strategic Intelligence

Author: Loch K. Johnson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275989453
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7 COVERT ACTION AND THE PENTAGON JENNIFER D. KIBBE The Terrorist
Attacks On September 11, 2001, brought about a number of changes in the U.S.
national security outlook, not the least of which was a renewed willingness to
consider covert action as a policy option. During this same period, the single
most significant change in the military services has been the expansion (in both
size and responsibility) of its special operations forces. The concurrence of these
two trends ...

The Captive Press

Author: Ted Galen Carpenter
Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN: 9781882577231
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That power greatly increases the ability of officials to conceal evidence that might
discredit or at least raise doubts about their stewardship of foreign affairs. At the
very least, the secrecy system enables sitting administrations to stifle or skew the
public debate on important foreign policy issues. At worst, it fosters both
arrogance on the part of officials and institutional corruption. It is one of the most
potent of the government's tactics to weaken the media's monitoring of U.S.
foreign policy.

Challenging The Secret Government

Author: Kathryn S. Olmsted
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 080786370X
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These investigations illustrate a historic moment in post-1945 American history:
the breakdown of the Cold War consensus. As Godfrey Hodgson has pointed out,
U.S. foreign policy during the 1950s and early 1960s was supported by abroad,
almost universal spectrum of Americans from left to right. This was the foreign
policy of the “liberal consensus.” Conservative Republicans and liberal
Democrats alike agreed on the need for an aggressive, anticommunist foreign
policy, including ...

U S Foreign Policy

Author: Robert J. Art
Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company
ISBN:
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Secrecy of matters of high policy, I am arguing, is motivated not by classic
arguments about the need for secrecy in the conduct of diplomacy and military
operations. Rather, it stems from the insight that such secrecy makes it easier for
the president to accomplish his objectives. The targets of the secrecy are in the
United States, within the government, Congress, and the general public. The
ability to maintain secrecy is an important component of presidential power. This
means that it ...

Obama And The World

Author: Inderjeet Parmar
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134753152
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New Directions in US Foreign Policy Inderjeet Parmar, Linda B. Miller, Mark
Ledwidge ... He is the author of The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War
Secret Intelligence (2001) and GCHQ: The Uncensored Story of Britain's Most
Secret Intelligence Agency (2010). Since 2008, he has been leading a team
project funded by the AHRC entitled: “Landscapes of Secrecy: The Central
Intelligence Agency and the Contested Record of US Foreign Policy”. He
currently serves on the ...

Who Speaks For America

Author: Eric Alterman
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801435744
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A historian and columnist for The Nation magazine demonstrates the lack of influence American citizens have over their country's foreign policy, the great stake they have in its success, and the importance of reforming the policy making ...

The Politics Of United States Foreign Policy

Author: Jerel A. Rosati
Publisher: Harcourt Brace College Publishers
ISBN: 9780030470240
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Loch K. Johnson provides an excellent discussion of the policymaking process
involving covert action, the growth of democratic accountability, and the potential
for abuse in "Covert Action and Accountability: Decision-Making for America's
Secret Foreign Policy," International Studies Quarterly 33 (March 1989), pp. 81-
109. In the last few years, more attention has also been paid to J. Edgar Hoover
and the FBI. One of the best biographies of Hoover and discussions of the FBI is
Secrecy ...