While surveying the major geopolitical regions of the globe, noted experts assess U.S. interests and policies and call for a reordering of priorities today. Each chapter on different regions calls for a rethinking of U.S. policy in the post-Cold War era. A provocative collection of views is developed into a coherent framework for reviewing U.S. policy around the world. For upper-level undergraduates and graduate students in courses in U.S. foreign policy and world affairs, for policymakers and general readers in political science, world history, and military studies.
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