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AMERICAN NATIONAL SECURITY AND FOREIGN POLICY AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE By Samanga Amarasinghe
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This is a qualitative, historical study of the United States National Security and Foreign Policies, which encompasses Global, Functional and Regional policies and their long term and short term... More > impacts on the various theaters of operations.< Less
The American Economic and Foreign Policies Toward Africa By Ikennia Mba Sr., PhD
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This book is a must-read for graduating seniors (undergraduates) and graduate students in International Relations, Political Science and other Social Sciences. Today, Many African leaders from... More > Nigeria to South Africa are STRATEGICALLY enacting far-reaching reform programs hoping to achieve the so-called Millennial Development Goals (and VISION 2020) in which the United States of America is a key player. Generally, this book takes a long look on the ideas and, more realistically, on a targeted set of economic policies that prepare and help to achieve the broad MDG and Vision 2020 goals.< Less
THE AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR LEBANON By B.G .MOHAMMAD ABDELAMIR SBAITI
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US foreign policy decision-making in general, US Middle-Eastern policy in particular, from 1945 till June 2010, the implications for Lebanon, pretexts and context of the American military... More > intervention in 1958 and 1982, diplomatic efforts and proxy-military meddling in regional and Lebanese politics especially during the July 2006 war and its aftermath.< Less
THE AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR LEBANON By B.G .MOHAMMAD ABDELAMIR SBAITI
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US foreign policy decision-making in general, US Middle-Eastern policy in particular, from 1945 till June 2010, the implications for Lebanon, pretexts and context of the American military... More > intervention in 1958 and 1982, diplomatic efforts and proxy-military meddling in regional and Lebanese politics especially during the July 2006 war and its aftermath.< Less
The Real Rebalancing: American Diplomacy and The Tragedy of President Obama’s Foreign Policy By John R. Deni et al.
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As this monograph goes to press, the nuclear agreement negotiated between Iran and the so-called P5+1—the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council consisting of the United... More > States, France, the United Kingdom, Russia, China, plus Germany—is the subject of heated debate within Washington. The negotiations that produced the agreement perhaps best exemplify the efforts by the Barack Obama administration to use diplomacy to address the most vexing security challenges of the day. The United States and Iran have struggled to overcome mutual hostility and distrust stemming from the 1953 coup against the Mohammad Mossadegh government and the 1979-80 hostage crisis, not to mention Teheran’s use of Hezbollah as a proxy against American ally Israel. Yet despite this, the administration persisted over several years to first intensify and broaden economic sanctions against Iran, and then to engage in painstaking negotiations with an authoritarian country that routinely and methodically employs...< Less
American World Policies By Walter E. (Walter Edward) Weyl
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Walter Edward Weyl (March 11, 1873 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania... More > - November 9, 1919 in Woodstock, New York) was a writer and speaker, an intellectual leader of the Progressive movement in the United States. As a strong nationalist, his goal was to remedy the relatively weak American national institutions with a strong state. Weyl wrote widely on issues of economics, labor, public policy, and international affairs in numerous books, articles, and editorials; he was a coeditor of the highly influential The New Republic magazine, 1914-1916. His most influential book, The New Democracy (1912) was a classic statement of democratic meliorism, revealing his path to a future of progress and modernization based on middle class values, aspirations and brain work. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Weyl< Less
U.S. Foreign Policy And Regime Instability By Strategic Studies Institute & James Meernik
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This Letort Paper examines the relationship between U.S. military ties with foreign states and the extent to which the depth of these ties influences the level of political instability and violence... More > in those states. Many pundits and scholars have criticized U.S. foreign policy for its reliance on military means of influence and have argued that other foreign policy tools, such as economic aid, cultural exchanges, and diplomacy can better promote American interests. Yet, few scholars have chosen to evaluate empirically whether the military relationship encourages or discourages political instability and violence in these nations. The author, Dr. James Meernik, analyzes these issues in a systematic and objective fashion and finds that the relationships between a U.S. military presence, U.S. military aid, the use of military force, and other factors are much more complex and subtle than many have believed. The Strategic Studies Institute is pleased to publish this analysis as a contribution to the debate...< Less
The Foreign Policy of Mass Society: The Failure of Western Engagement in the Islamic World By Matthew Raphael Johnson
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The “war on terror” is a failure. From the events of 9-11 to Obama's rescinded pull out of Afghanistan, successes have been rare. The reasons for this failure as so deep-seated and... More > complex that any book, never mind one as brief as this, can do it justice. The literature on Afghanistan from the beginning of the Soviet war in 1978-1979 to the start of American intervention in the Fall of 2001 is immense and growing daily. As of the Spring of 2015, the reports coming out of the country are uniformly negative. Words like “failure” and “farce” are coming out of even the mainstream press.< Less
Friction in U.S. Foreign Policy: Cultural Difficulties with the World By Andrew W. Stewart & Strategic Studies Institute
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The United States is so culturally different by virtue of its “New World paradigm” that its direct leadership style is becoming counterproductive. If the United States were more... More > “street smart” on the world scene, it could better identify nuanced subtleties and better leverage allies, who, in turn, are better positioned to further American ideals abroad. However, such an indirect approach to world affairs is counterintuitive to most Americans, who are better known for their directness and cultural ineptitude. The U.S. approach to “culture” traditionally has been to blur the differences and seek commonality, which has been at the core of American domestic success in assimilating immigrants. The American challenge is to differentiate better between domestic and foreign policy formulas for success, which need to be different if America wishes to succeed in both areas. Americans must learn to work in more indirect ways with like-minded allies to create a world favorable to U.S. interests.< Less
The American Military Advisor: Dealing With Senior Foreign Officials In The Islamic World By Strategic Studies Institute et al.
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This publication is the first in a new series, entitled PKSOI Papers, being published by the Strategic Studies Institute and the U.S. Army’s Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute.... More > This paper will be followed on a periodic basis with publications focused on peacekeeping and stability operations. Future papers will include scholarly articles on issues of interest to civilian and military practitioners from the international community, U.S. Government, and nongovernmental organizations. Our intent is to maintain the focus at the strategic and interagency level in an effort to inform individuals responsible for establishing policy as well as senior level practitioners of stability operations. This introductory paper concerns the role of the American military advisor. Military officers have frequently been called upon to serve as advisors to foreign officials and to play seminal roles in the political and development realms overseas. Lawrence of Arabia’s work with Arabs...< Less

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