Smart Power: Toward a Prudent Foreign Policy for America

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction: America's Strategic Incoherence 1
  • Part 1 - Trying to Thwart the Drive to War Against Iraq 9
  • Introduction 11
  • Part 2 - Assessing the Iraq Debacle 23
  • Introduction 25
  • Part 3 - America's Other War: Afghanistan 65
  • Introduction 67
  • Part 4 - The War on Terror 81
  • Introduction 83
  • Part 5 - Attempting to Head off War Against Iran 97
  • Introduction 99
  • Part 6 - Prospects for Peace and Democracy in the Middle East 119
  • Introduction 121
  • Part 7 - New Approaches for the Troubled Korean Peninsula 133
  • Introduction 135
  • Part 8 - The Dangerous Taiwan Issue 155
  • Introduction 157
  • Part 9 - A Delicate Relationship with China 183
  • Introduction 185
  • Part 10 - Nato, the Balkans, and Relations with Russia 199
  • Introduction 201
  • Part 11 - The Disastrous War on Drugs 217
  • Introduction 219
  • Part 12 - The Connection Between Foreign Policy and Domestic Liberty 237
  • Introduction 239
  • Index 249
  • About the Author 259
  • Cato Institute 262
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