Identify the role of history in shaping foreign policy decisions please choose amongst and use the following Required Readings 3 items The Role of Analogies and Abstract Reasoning in Decision-Making: Evidence from the Debate over Truman\’s Proposal for Development Assistance – Marijke Breuning 2003 Article Essential Online Resource The Beginning of History: Remembering and Forgetting as Strategic Issues 2001-01-03 Article Essential Online Resource Foreign Policy Decisionmakers As Practical-Intuitive Historians: Applied History and Its Shortcomings – Yaacov Y. I. Vertzberger 1986 Article Background Online Resource Recommended Readings 25 items Foreign policy analysis: new approaches – Alden, Chris, Aran, Amnon 2011 Book Essential pp. 92-96 Online Resource When Identity Matters: State Identity, Regional Institution-Building, and Japanese Foreign Policy – Kuniko Ashizawa 2008-09 Article Background Online Resource The guilt of nations: restitution and negotiating historical injustices – Barkan, Elazar 2001 Book Background From Sword to Chrysanthemum: Japan\’s Culture of Anti-militarism – Thomas U. Berger 1993 Article Background Online Resource Analogies at war: Korea, Munich, Dien Bien Phu, and the Vietnam decisions of 1965 – Khong, Yuen Foong 1992 Book Essential Cultures of antimilitarism: national security in Germany and Japan – Berger, Thomas U. 1998 Book Background Personal identity, national identity and internationalrelations – Bloom, William 1990 Book Background Haunted by history: myths in internationalrelations – Buffet, Cyril, Heuser, Beatrice 1998 Book Background Renegade states: the evolution of revolutionary foreign policy – Chan, Steve, Williams, Andrew J. 1995 Book Background What \”Are\” the Lessons of Vietnam? – Fromkin, David 1985:Spring Article Background Online Resource Remembering and forgetting: the legacy of war and peace in East Asia – Gong, Gerrit W. 1996 Book Background Memory and history in East and Southeast Asia: issues of identity in international relations – Gong, Gerrit W. 2001 Book Background A certain idea of France: French security policy and the Gaullist legacy – Gordon, Philip H. c1993 Book Background British foreign policy: tradition, change and transformation – Smith, Michael, Smith, Steve M., White, Brian 1988 Book Background Hill, Christopher, \’The Historical Background: Past and Present in British Foreign Policy\’. The genesis of Chinese Communist foreign policy – Hunt, Michael H. 1996 Book Background The culture of national security: norms and identity in world politics – Katzenstein, Peter J., Social Science Research Council(United States.) 1996 Book Background \”Lessons\” of the past: the use and misuse of history in American foreign policy – May, Ernest R. 1973 Book Background Why Vietnam invaded Cambodia: political culture and the causes of war – Morris, Stephen J. 1999 Book Background Filling the Void of Meaning: Identity Construction in U.S. Foreign Policy After September 11, 2001 – Dirk Nabers 2009-04 Article Background Online Resource Thinking in time: the uses of history for decision-makers – Neustadt, Richard E., May, Ernest R. 1986 Book Background To Euro or Not to Euro?: The EMU and Identity Politics in the European Union – T. RISSE, D. ENGELMANN-MARTIN, H. J. KNOPE, K. ROSCHER 1999-06-01 Article Background Online Resource Interpreting history in Sino-Japanese relations: a case study in political decision-making – Rose, Caroline 1998 Book Background Online Resource Foreign Policy and National Identity in the United Kingdom – William Wallace 1991 Article Background Online Resource China\’s role in world affairs – Yahuda, Michael B. 1978 Book Background Historical Analogies and the Definition of Interests: The Iranian Hostage Crisis and Ronald Reagan\’s Policy Toward the Hostages in Lebanon – Christopher Hemmer 1999-06 Article