Allison, Graham; May, Ernest; Yarmlinsky, Adam
January 1970
Foreign Affairs;Jan1970, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p245
Discusses various factors associated with the broad bipartisan consensus that has characterized U.S. foreign policy. Impact of widespread and bipartisan confusion about the nature of international relations; Concerns regarding proper employment of non-nuclear forces in the U.S.; Observations that can be made about the character of problems associated with U.S. foreign policy.


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