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By Kubilay Yado Arin

Think tanks and their researchers offer a lot wanted clarification of overseas coverage. Many US Presidents have consulted imagine tanks for coverage propose and for ideological coherence. certainly, the yankee Presidents have hired specialists from imagine tanks to serve in senior positions of their govt. Policy-makers search for propose to imagine tanks and their students caused by the decentralisation and fragmentation of the yankee political method. In a method in response to separate branches sharing powers, and one within which policy-makers aren't constrained by means of the courses of political events, imagine tanks can speak their principles via a number of channels to numerous hundred law-makers. the writer examines the conflict of principles waged by means of the neoconservative imagine tanks opposed to their liberal counterparts.

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105. Wiarda, Howard: Conservative Brain Trust. The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of the American Enterprise Institute. Lanham, Lexington Books, 2009 p. 310. : Policy-Planning Organisations. Elite Agendas and America’s Rightward Turn. Philadelphia, Temple University Press 1987, p. 32. : Do Think Tanks Matter? Assessing the Impact of Public Policy Institutes. 2nd Edition. Montreal, McGill-Quenn’s University Press 2009, p. 31-32. : Policy-Planning Organisations. Elite Agendas and America’s Rightward Turn.

225 221 Rice, Condoleeza: Promoting the National Interest. In: Foreign Affairs, 2000, Jg. 79, Nr. 1, pp. 4562. (p. ). 222 Jervis, Robert: American Foreign Policy in a New Era. New York 2005. S. 90. : Capitalism After Postmodernism. Neo-conservatism, Legitimacy and the Theory of Public Capital. Leiden 2002, pp. 63-67. 224 Hennis, Michael: Der neue Militärisch-Industrielle Komplex in den USA. APuZ, B46/2003, pp. 41-46 (p. 46). 225 Rudolf, Peter: USA - Sicherheitspolitische Konzeptionen und Kontroversen.

The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of the American Enterprise Institute. 8 141 40 CFR, Brookings and the Neoconservative Advocacy Think Tanks Liberal claims for reforming the international economic system met the opposition of Heritage and AEI. Their donors in the business world believed that the risks outweighed the likely benefits of plans that would involve greater state commitments or substantial changes in the organisation of the international economy. 144 For the AEI neoconservatives, a positive view of American democratic capitalism had to be rekindled to win support for a decisive foreign policy.

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