Do morals matter? : presidents and foreign policy from FDR to Trump / Joseph S. Nye, Jr.  (Text) (Text)

Nye, Joseph S
Call no.: E744 .N94 2020Publication: New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press, c2020Description: xiv, 254 pISBN: 9780190935962; 0190935960Other title: Presidents and foreign policy from FDR to Trump [Portion of title]Subject(s): Presidents -- Professional ethics -- United StatesPresidents -- United States -- Decision makingUnited States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989 -- Moral and ethical aspectsUnited States -- Foreign relations -- 1989- -- Moral and ethical aspectsLOC classification: E744 | .N94 2020
Contents:Introduction: American moralism -- American exceptionalism -- Wilsonian liberalism -- The liberal international order after 1945 -- What is moral foreign policy? -- How we make moral judgements -- Double standards in dirty hands -- Mental maps of the world and moral foreign policy -- The best moral choice in the context: scorecards -- The founders -- Franklin D. Roosevelt -- Harry S. Truman -- Dwight D. Eisenhower -- The Vietnam era -- John F. Kennedy -- Lyndon Baines Johnson -- Richard M. Nixon -- Post-Vietnam Retrenchment -- Gerald R. Ford -- James Earl Carter -- The end of the Cold War -- Ronald Reagan -- George H. W. Bush -- The unipolar movement -- William Jefferson Clinton -- George Walker Bush -- Twenty-first-century power shifts -- Barack Hussein Obama -- Donald J. Trump -- Foregin policy and future choices -- Assessing ethical foreign policy since 1945 -- Contextual intelligence and moral choices -- Ups and downs of American moral traditions -- Challenges for a future moral foreign policy -- Conclusions.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: American moralism -- American exceptionalism -- Wilsonian liberalism -- The liberal international order after 1945 -- What is moral foreign policy? -- How we make moral judgements -- Double standards in dirty hands -- Mental maps of the world and moral foreign policy -- The best moral choice in the context: scorecards -- The founders -- Franklin D. Roosevelt -- Harry S. Truman -- Dwight D. Eisenhower -- The Vietnam era -- John F. Kennedy -- Lyndon Baines Johnson -- Richard M. Nixon -- Post-Vietnam Retrenchment -- Gerald R. Ford -- James Earl Carter -- The end of the Cold War -- Ronald Reagan -- George H. W. Bush -- The unipolar movement -- William Jefferson Clinton -- George Walker Bush -- Twenty-first-century power shifts -- Barack Hussein Obama -- Donald J. Trump -- Foregin policy and future choices -- Assessing ethical foreign policy since 1945 -- Contextual intelligence and moral choices -- Ups and downs of American moral traditions -- Challenges for a future moral foreign policy -- Conclusions.

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