Crafting and Influencing United States Foreign Policy
JSIS B 425
- Quarters: Spring
- General Education Requirements: I&S
- Instructors: Jennifer Butte-Dahl
Explores the inner-workings of the United States government and the complexity inherent in United States foreign policy decision-making. Includes an overview of foreign affairs agencies and the interagency process, executive-legislative relations, foreign assistance and the budget process, and the impact of external stakeholders on the policy-making system.