Does America need a foreign policy? : toward a diplomacy for the 21st century
- Kissinger, Henry, 1923-
- New York : The Free Press, 2002.
- Physical Description
- 350 p. ; 20 cm.
- United States > Foreign relations.
- Henry Kissinger.
- 1. America at the Apex: Empire or Leader? The Changing Nature of the International Environment. America's Challenge -- 2. America and Europe: The World of Democracies I. The Transformation of the Atlantic Relationship. The Change in Atlantic and European Leadership. The Future of European Integration. European Integration and Atlantic Cooperation. Strategic Doctrine: European Military Crisis Management. Strategic Doctrine: Missile Defense and the Atlantic Alliance. Relations with Russia. Toward a New Structure in Atlantic Relations -- 3. The Western Hemisphere: The World of Democracies II. Revolution in the Region. New Challenges. Is There a Road Out of Chaos? Plan Colombia. The Promise of the Western Hemisphere. NAFTA and Mercosur -- 4. Asia: The World of Equilibrium. Asia's Geopolitical Complexity. Relations with Japan. Relations with Korea. Relations with China: The Historical Context. Relations with China: The Strategic Context. Taiwan and China. India.
- Where Do We Go from Here? -- 5. The Middle East and Africa: Worlds in Transition. The Arab-Israeli Conflict. Where Do We Go from Here? America and the Gulf. Iraq. Iran. Whither Africa? The African Environment. Toward an African Policy -- 6. The Politics of Globalization. Economics and Politics. Crisis Management and the International Monetary Fund. Political Evolution and Globalization -- 7. Peace and Justice. The American Tradition. Roosevelt and Wilson. The New Interventionism. Humanitarian Intervention and the National Interest: Four Principles. Humanitarian Intervention and the Context of History. Universal Jurisdiction. Conclusion: Information and Knowledge.
- Library Special Collection
- HU OSA 312 - Donation of Alfred A. Reisch
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