The Impact of Foreign Economic and Energy Factors on the Formation of US Foreign Policy
Ardak Kapyshev and
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2014, vol. II, issue 4, pages 36-57
This paper presents the impact of foreign economic and energy factors on formation of the foreign policy strategy of the USA. In the authorâ€™s opinion, the contemporary energy policy is one of the main issues of the US foreign policy in the international area, as it is aimed at meeting the increasing demands of the USA for energy resources and maintaining the world-leading status of American economy. As a result, the author comes to conclusion that foreign economic activity and energy factor in the US foreign policy actively help to introduce own TNC into different countries, which, in their turn, solve not only their corporate tasks, but also contribute to the achievement of the US foreign policy goals.
Keywords: American economy; conflict of interests; energy resources and security; US foreign policy. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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