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- SAGE Publications 2011; US$ 85.00
The Later Years comprise two books which deal with the effects of the Cold War on India?US relations as well as on Indian domestic politics. It focuses on that period in Indian history when India's domestic politics went through significant instability arising from faltering left?right?center coalitions and challenges to parliamentary system norms,... more...
- The Crown Publishing Group 2005; US$ 14.95
At last, a historian tells the truth about America?s role in the world?refuting the lies of anti-American propagandists. Left-wing critics?both at home and abroad?relish blasting our country for being the world?s sole superpower, or even an ?imperialist? power. But as acclaimed military historian Bevin Alexander shows in How America Got It Right... more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2015; US$ 92.34
This book examines the nature and consequences of strategic competition between the US and China, which affects the global security landscape and the emerging security architecture across the broader Asia-Pacific region. The author illustrates the evolution of Sino-US security interactions from the anti-Soviet alliance, to temporary marginalization,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 48.95
After more than four decades the Cold War ended with the sudden collapse of the Soviet Union. Almost simultaneously China emerged as the new potential disruptor of international stability, with Beijing replacing Moscow as the key source of Western insecurity. Drawing upon extensive primary resources, Ali questions the logic behind this perception,... more...
- NYU Press 1991; US$ 40.00
"Seeing ourselves through others' eyes is often instructive...[Prime Minister Giulio] Andreotti, a fixture of postwar Italian government, brings [to this examination of U.S. politics] a keen mind and the perspective of a political system in which charisma is suspect..." Foreign Affairs "Rich, not only in the usual anecdotes of the author's encounters... more...
- Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2013; US$ 39.27
Think tanks and their researchers provide much needed explanation of foreign policy. Many US Presidents have consulted think tanks for policy advise and for ideological coherence. Indeed, the American Presidents have employed experts from think tanks to serve in senior positions in their government. Policy-makers look for advise to think tanks and... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2002; US$ 205.00
Nigel J. Ashton analyses Anglo-American relations during a crucial phase of the Cold War. He argues that although policy-makers on both sides of the Atlantic used the term 'interdependence' to describe their relationship this concept had different meanings in London and Washington. The Kennedy Administration sought more centralized control of the Western... more...
- University of Minnesota Press 2013; US$ 75.00
Humanitarian Violence considers U.S. militarism?humanitarian militarism?during the Vietnam War, the Soviet-Afghan War, and the 1990s wars of secession in the former Yugoslavia. Neda Atanasoski reveals a system of postsocialist imperialism based on humanitarian ethics, identifying a discourse of race that focuses on ideological and cultural differences... more...