Beyond the water's edge : domestic politics and congressional intervention in US China policy, 1989-1996
The common wisdom about the struggle for foreign policy power between the US Congress and President is that the making and conduct of foreign policy are likely to be dominated by the Executive. A review of the literature in this field reveals that this wisdom is largely based on historical studies on issues like declaring war, ratifying treaties or recognising foreign governments. Many other foreign policy issues such as foreign economic policy and human rights policy are much understudied....[Show more]
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