AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
Trump and After

JACK SNYDER, EDITOR

2021
ISBN13: 978-1-884853-15-9

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FROM THE PREFACE

THIS BOOK IS ONE OF A SERIES of publications released by the Academy of Political Science on timely subjects of special importance in the fields of public and international affairs. Articles from Political Science Quarterly comprise this volume. Contributors examine U.S. foreign policy during Donald Trump’s presidency and significance for the future of transatlantic relations and great power competition.

FROM THE INTRODUCTION

POLITICAL SCIENTISTS, ANALYSTS, AND PUNDITS have long debated how presidential candidates are selected by political parties in the United States. The articles in this volume cover a gamut of issues and questions that bear on how these candidates are selected and more generally on how primary and general elections promote democracy. These are recurring questions, but new ones have emerged as the result of the partisan conflict that has reached new heights in American politics.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface
Robert Y. Shapiro

Trump and After: Continuity and Change in American Foreign Policy
Jack Snyder

America First? Explaining Continuity and Change in Trump’s Foreign Policy
Paul K. MacDonald

Making America Grate Again: The “Italianization” of American Politics and the Future of Transatlantic Relations in the Era of Donald J. Trump
Marco Clementi, David G. Haglund, and Andrea Locatelli

Why Trump Won't Retrench: The Militarist Redoubt in American Foreign Policy
Peter Harris

Policy or Pique? Trump and the Turn to Great Power Competition
Deborah Welch Larson

Foreign Policy Dilemmas and Opportunities for a New Administration: An Opinion Piece
Robert Jervis

After Trump: Misperceptions and Healing in the Wake of Carnage
Christopher Fettweis
 

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