Beginning with the premise that Congress has reasserted its role in U.S. foreign policy, the authors of this book describe, analyze, and evaluate how Congress is exercising its formal and informal powers and responsibilities. Five policy studies examine congressional action in major policy areas, placing Congress's behavior in the institutional and

chapter 1|12 pages

Introduction: Legislative-Executive Interaction

ByHoyt Purvis

chapter 2|10 pages

Evaluating Congress' Foreign Policy Performance

BySteven J. Baker

chapter 3|54 pages

Tracing the Congressional Role: U.S. Foreign Policy and Turkey

ByHoyt Purvis

chapter 5|30 pages

Congress, Country X, and Arms Sales

ByHoyt Purvis, John Opperman, Tura Campanella

chapter 6|24 pages

Nuclear Nonproliferation

BySteven J. Baker

chapter 7|36 pages

The Senate and Arms Control: The SALT Experience

ByJ. Philip Rogers

chapter 8|23 pages

Conclusion: Sharing Responsibility

BySteven J. Baker