Documents Relating to American Foreign Policy

Democracy and Foreign Policy


Sidney Hook, "Democracy as a Way of Life," in Tomorrow in the Making, edited by John N. Andrews and Carl A. Marsden (New York: Whittlesey House, 1939), pp. 31-46.

Rand Corporation, "Public Support for US Military Operations"

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, American Public Opinion Report - 1999

Program on International Policy Attitudes, Americans and the World

LAWRENCE R. JACOBS AND ROBERT Y. SHAPIRO, "PRESIDENTIAL MANIPULATION OF POLLS AND PUBLIC OPINION: The Nixon Administration and the Pollsters," Political Science Quarterly Volume 110 Number 4 1995-96

Public Opinion on Human Rights in American Foreign Policy by Ole R. Holsti (Part I)

Public Opinion on Human Rights in American Foreign Policy by Ole R. Holsti (Part II)

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1999

G. John Ikenberry, "Why Export Democracy?: The 'Hidden Grand Strategy' of American Foreign Policy'" The Wilson Quarterly, Vol. 23, no.2 (Spring 1999)

Rudolph J. Rummel, "Democracies Don't Fight Democracies," Peace  Magazine, May-June 1999

John R. MacArthur, "Censorship and Propaganda in the Gulf War: How Government Can Mold Public Opinion," Independent Policy Forum, San Francisco, 7 October 1993

Ted Galen Carpenter, "Democracy and War," The Independent Review, Vol II, no. 3 (Spring 1998)

Enrico Spolaore and Romain Wacziarg, "War and Relatedness," Department of Economics, Stanford University, May 2009

Mark Harrison and Nikolaus Wolf, "The Frequency of Wars," University of Warwick, June 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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