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- Brookings Institution Press 2003; US$ 24.95
This work traces the formulation and evolution of American foreign policy toward the Soviet Union and Russia during the tumultuous and uncertain decade at the end of the Cold War. It examines how American decision-makers coped with opportunities and challenges presented by a new Russia. more...
- 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...
- 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...
- 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...
- Oxford University Press 1997; US$ 54.99
The historical background of 1945 to 1973 shows how the US transformed Japan from enemy to ally. Focuses on political, strategic, and economic relations, illuminating the connections between America's early trade policies and the desire to secure the country as a bulwark against Communism in Asia. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 54.95
Bringing together a number of recognized international experts, this book considers the impact of changes in American foreign policy on the East Asian region, as well as the evolving nature of American policy itself. Specific case studies consider America's relations with the most important countries of the region, including China, a potential strategic... more...
- Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 11.99
For 55 years, the United States and Saudi Arabia were solid partners. Since 9/11 this partnership has been sorely tested. Drawing on a range of archival material, declassified documents, and interviews with leading Saudi and American officials, this book shows why the partnership became so intimate and the problems that it spawned. more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2007; US$ 40.00
?Professor Chow has put together an excellent collection of papers analyzing some of the most important political and economic issues in East Asia. The focus is on Taiwan, but several chapters deal separately with the United States, China, North Korea, Japan, and the EU. This is a very useful publication for those interested in contemporary East Asia.?.... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 33.95
US Foreign Policy since 1945 is an essential introduction to postwar US foreign policy. It combines chronologic and thematic chapters to provide an historical account of US policy and to explore key questions about its design, control and effects. New features of this second edition include: expanded coverage of the Cold War new chapters... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. 2006; US$ 125.00
Assesses why the Anglo-American special relationship found a new lease of life under Blair as Britain repeatedly 'chose' the US in its evolving foreign policy orientation rather than Europe. This book argues that there was no inevitability about this response to the post 9/11 international situation and its longer term prospects remain in doubt. more...