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Cases in American foreign policy

Author: Donald M Snow
Publisher: Boston : Pearson, ©2013.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald M Snow
ISBN: 9780205567935 0205567932
OCLC Number: 753300271
Description: xvi, 320 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Russia: negotiating and shaping relations with a former adversary --
China: coping with a dynamic adversary turned ambiguous partner --
Iran: facing down regional aspirations and nuclear weapons --
North Korea: balancing recognition and the nuclear card --
India: befriending and redefining relations with a rising democracy --
Pakistan: bolstering a potential failed state and ally --
Iraq: making the best of the aftermath of a controversial war and occupation --
Afghanistan: containing and ending a protracted conflict --
Mexico: reconciling common borders with underlying tensions --
Cuba: balancing domestic and international interests --
Conflicting interests in a global hot spot --
Israel: recognizing and coping with tensions with a special ally --
Egypt: searching for adjustments to the consequences of the Arab spring.
Responsibility: Donald M. Snow.

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