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- The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00
In 1952, Frank L. Klingberg's article on introvert and extrovert American foreign policy moods projected an American turn toward introversion in the late 1960s. After this came to pass, Jack Holmes began to develop a theory of how these moods might work in a more specific sense. His mood/interest theory points to a basic conflict between politico-military... more...
- Center for Strategic & International Studies 2014; US$ 38.99
A New Era of U.S.-Vietnam Relations examines the history of the relationship and offers concrete recommendations for policymakers in both countries to deepen cooperation across each major area of the relationship: political and security ties, trade and economic linkages, and people-to-people connections. more...
- Oneworld Publications 2011; US$ 13.99
Oil Kings offers the first inside look at how an oil crisis was manipulated by Alan Greenspan, Donald Rumsfeld, and President Ford (hoping to secure his re-election), helping to precipitate the fall of the Shah of Iran in 1979. Andrew Scott Cooper reveals the fatal struggle between the "oil kings", both Middle-Eastern and American, as they jockeyed... more...
- Independent Institute 2007; US$ 12.99
Broken into four sections, this book illustrates the history of American foreign policy and demonstrates the current applicability of a non-interventionist model. For the past century, U.S. foreign policy has rested on the assumption that Americans? interests are best served by active intervention abroad to secure markets for U.S. exports, to combat... more...
- NYU Press 2000; US$ 26.56
Civilization and progress, Gilded Age Americans believed, were inseparable from Anglo-Saxon heritage and Christianity. In rising to become the first Asian and non-Christian world power, Meiji Japan (1868-1912) challenged this deeply-held conviction, and in so doing threatened racial and cultural hierarchies central to American ideology and foreign... more...
- Monthly Review Press 2014; US$ 23.00
The histories of Cuba and the United States are tightly intertwinedand have been for at least two centuries. In Race to Revolution,historian Gerald Horne examines a critical relationship betweenthe two countries by tracing out the typically overlooked interconnectionsamong slavery, Jim Crow, and revolution. Slavery wascentral to the economic and political... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 30.00
From one of our leading experts on foreign policy, a full-scale reinterpretation of America?s dealings?from its earliest days?with the rest of the world. It is Walter Russell Mead?s thesis that the United States, by any standard, has had a more successful foreign policy than any of the other great powers that we have faced?and faced down. Beginning... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 59.95
A striking vision of America's place in the world, Special Providence transcends stale debates about realists vs. idealists and hawks vs. doves to provide a revolutionary, nuanced, historically-grounded view of American foreign policy. more...
- BRILL 2009; US$ 145.00
Drawing on hitherto untapped diplomats' memoirs, journalistic accounts, and U.S. State Department records, this book offers a new reading of U.S.-Turkey relations from the 1920s and 1930s. Original sources are what make this book authentic. more...