Does America Need a Foreign Policy? Towards a New Diplomacy for the 21st Century
LydCD / 2001 / Engelsk
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The Nobel Peace Prize-winning diplomat demonstrates why the United States and the Rest of the World needs to have a coherent foreign policy, and explains exactly what, with a new presidency and a new millennium, this policy should be. Viewing America's international position through the immediate lens of policy choices, Henry Kissinger's revelatory take on the country's current role as the world's dominant imperial power offers an invaluable perspective on the state of the Union in global affairs. It also provides a careful, detailed prescription on exactly how she must proceed. Does America Need a Foreign Policy? offers a crystalline assessment of how the the United State's dominant position may be effectively reconciled with the urgent need, in the twenty-first century to achieve a bold new world order. In nine accessibly written chapters Kissinger examines America's present and future relations with Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East and other regions in the world. This is done in conjunction with emerging concerns such as, globalisation, military intervention, free trade and the planet's eroding natural environment. In this fascinating new book Dr. Kissinger lays out a compelling comprehensively drawn vision for American policy in approaching decades.
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