Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy

Editor/Author Hastedt, Glenn and Shelton, Allison
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Facts On File

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-4381-4183-1
Category: History - United States -- History
Image Count: 180
Book Status: Available
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Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy, Second Edition details U.S. foreign affairs from the American Revolution up through the modern day. This comprehensive A-to-Z reference guide covers important people, groups and organizations, events, and legislation.

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Table of Contents

  • 0-9
  • 9/11 Comission and Report
  • A
  • Abraham Lincoln, foreign policy of
  • Abu Ghraib
  • Acheson, Dean
  • acquisition of Florida
  • Act of Chapultepec
  • Africa Command
  • al-Qaeda
  • Alexander Hamilton, influence on foreign policy of
  • Alliance for Progress
  • America First Committee
  • American Insurance Co. v. Canter
  • American national style
  • Andrew Jackson, foreign policy of
  • annexation of Hawaii
  • annexation of Texas
  • Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
  • ANZUS Pact
  • Arab Spring
  • Arctic
  • arms control
  • Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA)
  • arms transfers
  • Articles of Confederation
  • ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations)
  • Asian financial crisis
  • Atlantic Charter
  • B
  • Baker Plan
  • ballistic missile defense
  • Banco Nacional de Cuba v. Sabbatino
  • Barbary pirates
  • Baruch Plan
  • Benghazi Consulate Attack
  • Benjamin Franklin, diplomatic career of
  • Berlin blockade
  • Berlin crisis, 1958
  • Berlin crisis, 1961
  • Bill Clinton, foreign policy of
  • bin Laden, Osama
  • bipolarity
  • Blaine, James G.
  • bomber gap
  • Bracero Program
  • Brady Plan
  • Brennan, John
  • Bretton Woods system
  • Brezhnev Doctrine
  • Bricker Amendment
  • BRICS
  • brinkmanship
  • Bullitt, William C.
  • bureaucracy in U.S. foreign policy
  • bureaucratic-politics decision-making model
  • Bush Doctrine
  • C
  • Calhoun, John C.
  • Calvin Coolidge, foreign policy of
  • Camp David accords
  • Camp David II
  • Caribbean Basin Initiative
  • Carter Doctrine
  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
  • Central Treaty Organization (CENTO)
  • Charles Evans Hughes, State Department tenure of
  • Charles Sumner, influence on foreign policy of
  • Church Committee
  • civil-military relations
  • clandestine collection
  • Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
  • Clinton, Hillary
  • coalitions of the willing
  • cold war
  • collective security
  • Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT)
  • conference diplomacy
  • containment
  • Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls (COCOM)
  • counterinsurgency conflicts (COIN)
  • counterintelligence
  • covert action
  • Crosby v. National Foreign Trade Council
  • Cuban-American National Foundation
  • Cuban missile crisis
  • cyberwarfare
  • D
  • Dames & Moore v. Regan
  • Daniel Webster, State Department tenure of
  • Dayton Peace Accords
  • Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
  • democratic peace
  • democratization in U.S. foreign policy
  • Department of Defense
  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • détente
  • deterrence failures
  • deterrence strategies
  • digital diplomacy
  • diplomacy
  • director of central intelligence
  • director of national intelligence
  • disarmament
  • Doha Round
  • dollar diplomacy
  • domestic influences on U.S. foreign policy
  • domino theory in U.S. foreign policy
  • Douglas MacArthur, influence on foreign policy of
  • “doves” during the cold war
  • drones
  • drug trafficking as a foreign-policy issue
  • dual containment policy
  • Dulles, John Foster
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower, foreign policy of
  • E
  • economic sanctions
  • Edward Mandell House, influence on foreign policy
  • Eisenhower Doctrine
  • Elihu Root, foreign policy of
  • elite decision-making theory
  • enlargement policy
  • Enterprise for the Americas Initiative (EAI)
  • espionage
  • Euro Crisis
  • European Union
  • executive agreements
  • extraordinary renditions
  • F
  • fast-track authority
  • filibustering
  • Food for Peace
  • foreign aid
  • Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC)
  • foreign lobbying
  • foreign policy and the Democratic Party
  • foreign policy and the Federalist Party
  • foreign policy and the Republican Party
  • foreign policy and the Whig Party
  • foreign policy in the Federalist Papers
  • foreign policy powers of the presidency
  • foreign-policy provisions of the U.S. Constitution
  • Foreign Service Officer Corps (FSO)
  • Formosa Resolution
  • Fourteen Points
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt, foreign policy of
  • Franklin Pierce, foreign policy of
  • Frelinghuysen, Frederick
  • Fulbright, J. William
  • G
  • Gadsden Purchase
  • Gaither Committee Report
  • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
  • genocide
  • George C. Marshall, foreign policy of
  • George H. W. Bush, foreign policy of
  • George W. Bush, foreign policy of
  • George Washington, foreign policy of
  • Gerald Ford, foreign policy of
  • global demographics
  • globalization
  • Goldwater-Nichols Defense Reorganization Act
  • Goldwater v. Carter
  • Grover Cleveland, foreign policy of
  • Guantanamo Bay
  • guerrilla warfare
  • Gulf War Syndrome
  • H
  • Hagel, Chuck
  • Haig, Alexander
  • Harry S. Truman, foreign policy of
  • “hawks” during the cold war
  • Helms-Burton Act
  • Helsinki accords
  • Henry Cabot Lodge, influence on foreign policy of
  • Henry Clay, foreign policy of
  • Henry L. Stimson, foreign policy of
  • Herbert Hoover, foreign policy of
  • Hezbollah
  • Hickenlooper amendments
  • Holmes v. Jennison
  • Hughes-Ryan Amendment
  • Hull, Cordell
  • human rights and U.S. foreign policy
  • humanitarian intervention
  • I
  • idealism theory in U.S. foreign policy
  • Immigration and Naturalization Service v. Chadha
  • immigration policy
  • impact of elections on U.S. foreign policy
  • impact of public opinion on U.S. foreign policy
  • imperialism and U.S. foreign policy
  • Insular Cases
  • intelligence community
  • interest groups
  • Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty
  • international-affairs budget
  • International Criminal Court (ICC)
  • international crises and U.S. foreign policy
  • international law
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • international organization
  • international system
  • International Trade Organization (ITO)
  • internationalism
  • Iran-contra affair
  • Iranian hostage crisis
  • Iraq Study Group
  • Iraq War
  • isolationism
  • J
  • Jackson-Vanik Amendment
  • James F. Byrnes, influence on cold war policy of
  • James K. Polk, foreign policy of
  • James Madison, foreign policy of
  • Jay's Treaty
  • Jesse Helms, influence on foreign policy
  • Jimmy Carter, foreign policy of
  • John Adams, foreign policy of
  • John F. Kennedy, foreign policy of
  • John Hay, foreign policy of
  • John Quincy Adams, foreign policy of
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS)
  • K
  • Kellogg-Briand Pact
  • Kennan, George F.
  • Kennedy Round
  • Kerry, John
  • Kissinger, Henry
  • Korean War
  • Kyoto Protocol
  • L
  • land mines
  • Law of the Sea conferences
  • League of Nations
  • legalism in U.S. foreign policy
  • Lend-Lease
  • Libyan intervention
  • Lippmann gap
  • Logan Act
  • London Naval Conference
  • Louisiana Purchase
  • Lyndon B. Johnson, foreign policy of
  • M
  • Madrid accords
  • Manifest Destiny
  • Mariel Boatlift
  • Marshall Plan
  • massive retaliation
  • McCarthyism
  • McNamara, Robert
  • military-industrial complex
  • Millennium Challenge Corporation
  • missile gap
  • Missouri v. Holland
  • monetary policy
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Montreal Protocol
  • moral pragmatism in U.S. foreign policy
  • Morgenthau Plan
  • most-favored-nation (MFN) status
  • multinational corporations (MNCs)
  • multipolarity in U.S. foreign policy
  • MX missile
  • N
  • national intelligence estimates (NIEs)
  • National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
  • National Security Act
  • national security advisor
  • National Security Agency (NSA)
  • National Security Council (NSC)
  • National Security Strategy
  • neoconservative
  • Neutrality Acts
  • New START
  • New York Times v. United States
  • Nixon Doctrine
  • nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)
  • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  • NSC-68
  • nuclear compellence strategy
  • nuclear deterrence strategy
  • nuclear weapons arsenals
  • nuclear winter
  • Nye Committee
  • O
  • Obama, Barack
  • Office of Strategic Services (OSS)
  • Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
  • Olney, Richard
  • Open Door policy
  • Open Skies proposal
  • Operation Desert Shield
  • Operation Desert Storm
  • Oregon Territory
  • Organization of American States (OAS)
  • Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
  • Ostend Manifesto
  • P
  • Pacific Pivot
  • Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)
  • Panama Canal
  • Panama Canal Treaties
  • pandemics and U.S. foreign policy
  • Partnership for Peace (PfP)
  • peace movements
  • peace operations
  • Pentagon Papers
  • Persian Gulf War
  • personality in U.S. foreign policy
  • Pike Committee
  • Pinckney's Treaty
  • Platt Amendment
  • pluralism in U.S. foreign policy
  • Point Four program
  • political aspects of the Bay of Pigs invasion
  • population policy
  • post-conflict stabilization and reconstruction
  • Potsdam Conference
  • Powell, Colin
  • power in U.S. foreign policy
  • preemption in foreign policy
  • private military contractors
  • Prize Cases
  • public diplomacy
  • purchase of Alaska
  • Q
  • Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR)
  • Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR)
  • R
  • Radio Free Europe (RFE)
  • RAND Corporation
  • Rapacki Plan
  • rational-actor decision-making model
  • Reagan Doctrine
  • realism in U.S. foreign policy
  • Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
  • religious influences on U.S. foreign policy
  • revisionism in U.S. foreign policy
  • Rice, Condoleeza
  • Richard Nixon, foreign policy of
  • Rio Earth Summit
  • Rio Pact
  • rogue states
  • role of Congress in U.S. foreign policy
  • role of embassies in foreign policy
  • role of first ladies in U.S. foreign policy
  • role of the Department of Agriculture in U.S. foreign policy
  • role of the Department of Commerce in U.S. foreign policy
  • role of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in foreign policy
  • role of the Supreme Court in U.S. foreign policy
  • role of women in U.S. foreign policy
  • Ronald Reagan, foreign policy of
  • Roosevelt Corollary
  • Rumsfeld, Donald
  • Rush-Bagot Agreement
  • S
  • secretary of defense
  • secretary of state
  • sectionalism
  • September 11 terrorist attacks, foreign-policy response to
  • single integrated operational plan (SIOP)
  • small-group decision-making model
  • Smithsonian Agreement
  • Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act
  • social media and foreign policy
  • South China Sea
  • Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO)
  • Soviet communism
  • Soviet nuclear deterrence strategy
  • Spanish-American War
  • special operations
  • State Department
  • Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT)
  • Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT I)
  • Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT II)
  • Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START)
  • Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I)
  • Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START II)
  • Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START III)
  • Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)
  • Strategic Offense Reductions Treaty (SORT)
  • Stuxnet
  • Suez Crisis
  • summit conferences and summit diplomacy
  • Syrian Civil War
  • T
  • Taliban
  • Tea Party movement
  • Tehran Conference
  • Teller Amendment
  • terrorism
  • Theodore Roosevelt, foreign policy of
  • think tank influence on foreign policy
  • Thomas Jefferson, foreign policy of
  • Tokyo Round
  • Tower Commission
  • Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Treasury Department, role in U.S. foreign policy of
  • Treaty of Ghent
  • Treaty of Paris, 1783
  • Treaty of Portsmouth
  • Treaty of Versailles
  • Trilateral Commission
  • tripolarity in U.S. foreign policy
  • Truman Doctrine
  • Tyler, John
  • U
  • U-2 incident
  • U.S. foreign policy and oil
  • U.S. foreign policy during the American Revolution
  • U.S. foreign policy during the Civil War
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Afghanistan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Africa, post–World War II
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Angola
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Argentina
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Brazil
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Cambodia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Canada
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Chile
  • U.S. foreign policy toward China
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Colombia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Cuba
  • U.S. foreign policy toward El Salvador
  • U.S. foreign policy toward France
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Germany
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Great Britain
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Guatemala
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Haiti
  • U.S. foreign policy toward India
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Indonesia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Iran
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Iraq
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Israel
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Japan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Lebanon
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Liberia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Libya
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Mexico
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Nicaragua
  • U.S. foreign policy toward North Korea
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Northern Ireland
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Pakistan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Panama
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Russia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Saudi Arabia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Somalia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward South Africa
  • U.S. foreign policy toward South Korea
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Spain
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Taiwan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward the Dominican Republic
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Tibet
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Turkey
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Venezuela
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Vietnam
  • U.S. Indian policy
  • U.S. intervention in Haiti
  • U.S. invasion of Grenada
  • U.S. invasion of Panama
  • U.S. involvement in Puerto Rico
  • U.S. involvement in the Arab-Israeli conflict
  • U.S. involvement in the Iran-Iraq War
  • U.S. involvement in the Philippines
  • U.S.-Mexican War
  • U.S. trade policy
  • Ulysses S. Grant, foreign policy of
  • Underhill v. Hernandez
  • unilateralism
  • unipolarity in U.S. foreign policy
  • United Nations (UN)
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • United States Information Agency (USIA)
  • United States Institute of Peace (USIP)
  • United States v. Belmont
  • United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation
  • Uruguay Round
  • U.S. and Soviet nuclear war strategy
  • U.S. foreign policy and alliances
  • U.S. foreign policy and environmental issues
  • U.S. foreign policy and HIV/AIDS
  • U.S. foreign policy and intelligence
  • U.S. foreign policy and Islam as a political force
  • U.S. foreign policy and media
  • U.S. foreign policy and national interest
  • U.S. foreign policy and refugees
  • U.S. foreign policy and Sputnik
  • U.S. foreign policy during the debt crisis
  • U.S. foreign policy during the French and Indian War
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Algeria
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Burma/Myanmar
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Congo
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Croatia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Czechoslovakia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Egypt
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Eritrea
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Ethiopia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Greece
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Hungary
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Ireland
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Italy
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Jordan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Kosovo
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Kuwait
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Laos
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Mali
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Morocco
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Namibia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Nigeria
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Poland
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Rwanda
  • U.S. foreign policy toward South Sudan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Sudan
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Syria
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Thailand
  • U.S. foreign policy toward the Baltic states
  • U.S. foreign policy toward the Central Asian republics
  • U.S. foreign policy toward the Netherlands
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Tunisia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Yugoslavia
  • U.S. foreign policy toward Zimbabwe
  • USA PATRIOT Act
  • V
  • Vance, Cyrus
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H.
  • Venezuelan boundary dispute
  • verification in U.S. foreign policy
  • Vietnam War
  • Vladivostok accords
  • W
  • Wallace, Henry
  • War of 1812
  • War Powers Resolution
  • Ware v. Hylton
  • Warren G. Harding, foreign policy of
  • Warsaw Pact
  • Washington Conference on Naval Disarmament
  • waterboarding
  • weapons of mass destruction (WMDs)
  • WikiLeaks
  • William Borah, influence on foreign policy of
  • William H. Seward, State Department tenure of
  • William Howard Taft, foreign policy of
  • William Jennings Bryan, foreign policy of
  • Wilmot Proviso
  • Wilsonianism
  • Woodrow Wilson, foreign policy of
  • World Bank
  • World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD)
  • World Trade Organization (WTO)
  • World War I
  • World War II
  • Wye River accords
  • Y
  • Yalta Conference
  • Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer
  • Z
  • Zimmermann telegram