Ethics, American Foreign Policy and the Third World
'Consistently stimulating and intelligent [and] worthy of the attention of all students of American Foreign Policy.' John Dumbrell - American Politics Review Ethics, American Foreign Policy, and the Third World provides a balanced historical analysis of the rhetoric and reality of American foreign policy towards Third World nations, emphasizing the period since 1945. Cingranelli's focus is on the moral dimensions of foreign policy-making. Throughout the text, he asks what goals, objectives, and principles have guided foreign policy in the past, and which ones should guide it in the future.