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  • Under the Eagle's Claw: Exceptionalism in Postwar U.S. - Greek Relationsby Jon Kofas

    ABC-CLIO 2003; US$ 88.00

    The record shows that the United States often acts as if it has license to disregard the sovereign rights of other peoples and nations. Kofas argues the United States has used Greece as a means of satisfying its own interests for the past half-century, and that Greece has suffered mightily at the hands of its protector. The United States has deemed... more...

  • American Approach to Foreign Affairs, The: An Uncertain Traditionby Roger Whitcomb

    ABC-CLIO 2001; US$ 33.95

    America's foreign relations tradition, for all its successes, has not always served the American people well. Utilizing tradition as a framework of analysis of the historic American approach to foreign affairs, this book critically examines the country's international conduct over time, leading to a number of provocative and controversial conclusions.... more...

  • Conflicting Currents: Japan and the United States in the Pacificby Williamson Murray; Tomoyuki Ishizu

    ABC-CLIO 2009; US$ 55.00

    The subjects covered in this collection will appeal to a range of scholars, specialists, and general readers. The contributions of the Japanese scholars will not go unnoticed either for they draw on many primary sources in Japan that have yet to be translated into English and therefore offer a unique perspective on the events and individuals discussed... more...

  • Woodrow Wilson and Harry Truman: Mission and Power in American Foreign Policyby Anne Pierce

    ABC-CLIO 2003; US$ 84.00

    Recurring throughout our history are the ideas that repressive governments are doomed to failure; that liberty is a motivating force; that freedom comes with responsibilities and must be guided by principles; that the example of our democracy is a challenge to all forms of political repression and an inspiration to those desiring to be free. Wilson... more...

  • War Scare: Russia and America on the Nuclear Brinkby Peter Pry

    ABC-CLIO 1999; US$ 41.00

    Why do some American intelligence officials maintain fallout shelters and private contingency plans to evacuate their families in the event of a Russian nuclear strike?even in today's post-Cold War era of U.S.-Russian partnership? The frightening answer lies within the pages of War Scare , a terrifying assessment of the prospect for nuclear holocaust... more...

  • The U.S.-Soviet Confrontation in Iran, 1945-1962by Kristen Blake

    UPA 2009; US$ 42.99

    This book is a study of the origins, development, and end of the U.S.-Soviet Cold War rivalry in Iran from 1945 to 1962 and its influence on the political and economic development of the country. more...

  • United States and Iranby Maryam Y. Yekta Steininger

    UPA 2009; US$ 34.99

    This book discusses Iranian culture before and after the Islamic Revolution of 1979, based on research conducted among American scholars who had lived and worked in Iran. It covers the religion and literature of the Iranian people, their attitudes toward technology, work, family, and authority, and their attitude towards Western culture. more...

  • American Presidents, Religion, and Israel: The Heirs of Cyrusby Paul Merkley

    ABC-CLIO 2004; US$ 61.00

    Shortly after the end of the Second World War, President Harry S Truman declared his support for the creation and maintenance of the modern state of Israel, basing that support on religious and theological grounds. This is the first book to explore the connection between the religious backgrounds and beliefs of U.S. presidents in relation to their... more...

  • The South Asia Storyby Harold A Gould

    SAGE Publications 2010; US$ 18.00

    This book carries a series of brief sketches on how twelve US presidents since Franklin Roosevelt perceived and dealt with South Asia?most particularly, of course, India and Pakistan, from World War II to present day. It proposes that US foreign policy was influenced by broad political-historical patterns as well as the personal whims and preferences... more...

  • Limits to Friendshipby Robert A. Pastor

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 19.00

    An unfettered, probing dialogue between Mexican and American political analysts on the complex relationship between their countries. Few nations are as closely interrelated as the United States and Mexico. Few relationships between nations are so prickly. America's inveterate problem-solving strikes Mexicans as clandestine imperialism. Mexicans are... more...