Eagle Rules: Foreign Policy and American Primacy in the Twenty-First Century

For courses in American Foreign Policy, International Relations, World Politics, and Introduction to Political Science. This original volume assesses what we now know about world politics and American foreign policy after more than a decade of the post-Cold War era, and the wider implications of this experience both for the U.S. role in the 21st Century and for international relations more broadly. The chapter authors are leading authorities in their fields, and their contributions integrate both foreign and domestic setting for foreign policy.