In America's Search for Security, Sean Kay surveys major historical trends in American foreign policy and provides a new context for thinking about Americaas rise to power from the founding period through the end of the Cold War. It details the post-Cold War rise of idealist foreign policy goals and the costs of abandoning realist roots, analyzing in-depth the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as examples of what disappointing, if not disastrous, outcomes can befall America abroad when foreign policy objectives are muddied, unclear, and fail to remain grounded in what historically has made America an unquestionable world power.aBritish Envoy: U.S. was a#39;Hell Benta#39; on Iraq War, a Associated Press, 27 November 2009. 84. See aUNSCOM/IAEA ... Felicity Barringer, aAfter the War: The United Nations, a New York Times, 19 June 2003. 89. Samantha Power, Chasing theanbsp;...
|Title||:||America's Search for Security|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2014-07-22|