U.S. Foreign Policy

American Power and Liberal Order

Paul D. Miller offers a tough minded critique of recent trends in American grand strategy. He rejects retrenchment but also the excesses of liberal internationalism.

Intelligence in the National Security Enterprise

This textbook introduces students to the critical role of the US intelligence community within the wider national security decision-making and political process.

Counterinsurgency Wars and the Anglo-American Alliance

Andrew Mumford challenges the notion of a "special relationship" between the United States and United Kingdom in diplomatic and military affairs, the most vaunted and, he says, exaggerated of assoc

Arms Control for the Third Nuclear Age

A reappraisal of classic arms control theory that advocates for reprioritizing deterrence over disarmament in a new era of nuclear multipolarity

Career Diplomacy

An all-new edition of the candid insiders' guide to the US Foreign Service as an institution, a profession, and a career

America's Entangling Alliances

A challenge to long-held assumptions about the costs and benefits of America's allies.

From Quills to Tweets

While today's presidential tweets may seem a light-year apart from the scratch of quill pens during the era of the American Revolution, the importance of political communication is eternal.

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