eBook Primacy or World Order - American Foreign Policy since the Cold War download
by Stanley Hoffmann
Author: Stanley Hoffmann
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; First Edition edition (1978)
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Thirty years ago the United States emerged from the Second World War as the most powerful nation on earth.
Thirty years ago the United States emerged from the Second World War as the most powerful nation on earth. Its leaders had postponed the solution of the troublesome issues of world politics until after victory was achieved. The disintegration of the wartime alliance compelled the United States to play a major, steady, and absorbing role on a world stage which it had, in the past, either shunned or merely visited.
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In retrospect, Cold War foreign policy was relatively simple and .
In retrospect, Cold War foreign policy was relatively simple and consistent-the issues of global competition were clear, and the McCarthy period eliminated any potential domestic opposition.
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A distinguished authority on international affairs argues that the . But he is so realistic and unflinching in describing the difficulties of doing this that the reader is left doubting that it can ever happen. He laments, incidentally, the narrow perspectives and declining numbers of those being trained in the United States in international affairs.
Describing the 30-year legacy of . foreign policy since the end of World War II, this book probes the inadequacy both of the Cold War strategies of the 1950's and 1960's and of the balance-of-power alternative devised by Henry Kissinger in the early 1970's. Professor Hoffmann provides an analysis of . diplomacy abroad and in terms of domestic impact, and he examines the reasons for the failure of the .
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