Take “The Bay of Pigs” as an example and try to depict President John Kennedy’s initiate doctrine of American foreign policy in 1961.
The history of the Cuban project begins in 1959 and the purpose of the survey ends with the invasion of Cuba by the Agency-supported Cuban brigade on 17 April 1961 and its defeat and capture by Castro’s forces in the next two days, so the main theme of this essay places the context and historical meanings of the Bay of Pigs through the background, the process of arrangement, especially using Graham Allison’s decision –making models to examine the invasion of Cuba and explore its influence to President Kennedy.
The Enactment of the McCain Bill in 1998: A Review of
The Role Played by the Actions on Smoking and Health (ASH)
During the past decade, advocacy organizations commonly known as “public interest groups” have become increasingly prominent in American society and politics. These groups are not a new form of political organization; they have existed far back into American history. It is important to try to learn about public interest groups and their political behavior. Public interest groups offer individuals one means of participating collectively in politics policy outcomes. Thus, my sections focus on interest group activities at the agenda-building state and succeeding stages of program development, policy implementation and evaluation and on relationships with personnel in Congress and at various levels of the executive branch. In addition, I will take ASH as my example for me to examine how the interest groups in the United States to form an agenda, especially focus on the case study: the McCain Bill.