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  • The Counterterror Coalitionsby C. Christine Fair

    RAND Corporation 2004; US$ 9.95

    The study examines U.S. strategic relations with India and Pakistan both historically and in the current context of the global war on terrorism. An inescapable conclusion of the report is that the intractable dispute over the disposition of Kashmir remains a critical flashpoint between India and Pakistan and a continual security challenge. more...

  • Perils of Dominanceby Gareth Porter

    University of California Press 2005; US$ 12.95

    Perils of Dominance is the first completely new interpretation of how and why the United States went to war in Vietnam. It provides an authoritative challenge to the prevailing explanation that U.S. officials adhered blindly to a Cold War doctrine that loss of Vietnam would cause a "domino effect" leading to communist domination of the area. Gareth... more...

  • Race for Sanctionsby Francis Njubi Nesbitt

    Indiana University Press 2004; US$ 31.95

    "An important contribution to the political history of this period [and] a must for those interested in the influence of the great pan-Africanists." -- Elliott P. Skinner This study traces the evolution of the anti-apartheid movement from its origins in the 1940s through the civil rights... more...

  • The United States and Brazilby Monica Hirst

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 53.95

    This book is a succinct overview of the history of US-Brazilian relations over the past two decades. Monica Hirst considers economic relations between the two countries, presenting pertinent statistical information and detailing key economic policy disputes between the two governments (as well as the ongoing negotiations regarding a free trade agreement... more...

  • Alternative Pathsby David W. McFadden

    Oxford University Press 1993; US$ 144.99

    Between 1917 and 1920--from the Bolshevik Revolution to the definitive statement of American opposition to Bolshevik Russia--Soviets and Americans searched for ways to effect meaningful interactions between their two nations in the absence of formal diplomatic relations. During these years, wide-ranging discussions occurred on a variety of serious... more...

  • Poland, the United States, and the Stabilization of Europe, 1919-1933by Neal Pease

    Oxford University Press 1986; US$ 97.99

    In the eyes of the world, no European country appeared more vulnerable to its enemies or less likely to establish peace with them than inter-war Poland. This is the first full-length study of relations between Poland and the U.S. following World War I, as Poland turned to America to buttress its precarious position. Pease lucidly examines how Polish... more...

  • Sino-American Relationsby Professor Radha Sinha

    Palgrave Macmillan 2003; US$ 176.00

    Presenting a trenchant critique of America's political culture and its China policy, Radha Sinha explains the reasons for the mismatch between professed American values and the practice of statecraft by the American power elite. He examines the ways in which their relentless search for enemies has led the United States to violate the norms of international... more...

  • Safe for Democracyby Lloyd C. Gardner

    Oxford University Press 1987; US$ 22.99

    Focusing on two key figures - Woodrow Wilson and Lloyd George - this book explores the collective impact on the western democracies of the revolutions that swept Mexico in 1910, China in 1911, and especially Russia in 1917. more...

  • The Ambassadors and America's Soviet Policyby David Mayers

    Oxford University Press 1995; US$ 59.99

    Mayers analyses the entire history of American foreign relations with Russia and then the Soviet Union, using the drama of the lives of the men and women who worked at the American embassy in Moscow to tell his story. Particular attention is paid to the critical events of the twentieth century. more...

  • The United States and the End of the Cold Warby John Lewis Gaddis

    Oxford University Press 1994; US$ 26.99

    A collection of essays by a leading American authority on US foreign policy, which discusses the American style of diplomacy of the 20th century, the ambiguous nature of morality in American foreign policy, various aspects of Cold War diplomacy and the end of the Cold War itself. more...