Introduction to the course The United States and the World
|Département||Département d’histoire générale|
|Cours||The United States and the World|
- Introduction to the course The United States and the World
- The conquest of the territory
- From Exceptionalism to American Universalism
- Foreign policy actors
- Empire of Freedom or Imperial Republic (1890 - 1939)?
- The economy: a global New Deal?* The pursuit of a world order
- The Americanization of the World: Myth or Reality?
- 1 The purpose of the course
- 2 Three conductor wires
- 3 Annexes
- 4 References
The purpose of the course[edit | edit source]
U.S. foreign policy, its interaction with domestic policy. We will try to connect the external aspects of U.S. policy with the internal aspects. With regards to U.S. policy more than any other foreign policy, the connection is very important.
Three conductor wires[edit | edit source]
American Universalism: A National and Transnational Construction[edit | edit source]
It is a historic building that dates back to the second half of the 20th century.
The Complexity of United States Foreign Policy: Multipolar, Multisectoral (Diplomatic, Military, Economic, Cultural), Global[edit | edit source]
When we look at the external actions of the United States, this foreign policy is not unambiguous but it has multiple places of elaboration: the presidential administration, the Congress, conflicts occur within the presidential administration itself, as well as private actors who participate in this policy.
The role of the United States in building the international system[edit | edit source]
From the end of the 19th century to the present day.