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The pivotal states : a new framework for U.S. policy in the developing world

Author: Robert Chase; Emily Hill; Paul M Kennedy
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The foreign policy framework proposed here assumes that of the world's 140 developing states, there is a group of pivotal states whose futures are poised at critical turning points, and whose fates will strongly affect regional and even global security. These nine states - Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Brazil, Algeria, and Mexico - are the ones upon which the United States should focus its  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Chase; Emily Hill; Paul M Kennedy
ISBN: 0393046753 9780393046755
OCLC Number: 39539478
Description: xiv, 445 pages : map ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Robert Chase, Emily Hill, Paul Kennedy. --
The Case studies. Indonesia / John Bresnan ; India / Stephen P. Cohen, Sumit Ganguly ; Pakistan / Hasan-Askari Rizvi ; Turkey / Alan O. Makovsky ; Egypt / Roger Owen ; South Africa / Jeffrey Herbst ; Brazil / Jean Krasno ; Algeria / William B. Quandt ; Mexico / Peter H. Smith --
Crosscutting issues. Population and pivotal states / Jack A. Goldstone ; International migration as a pivotal issue / Michael S. Teitelbaum ; Pivotal states and the environment / Daniel C. Esty ; A pivotal states human rights strategy / Charles H. Norchi ; Ethnic conflict and the pivotal states / Eileen F. Babbitt ; International finance, trade, and the pivotal states / Robert Chase ; U.S. strategic planning and the pivotal states / Donald C.F. Daniel, Andrew L. Ross --
Lessons learned. Conclusion / Robert Chase, Emily Hill, Paul Kennedy.
Responsibility: Robert Chase, Emily Hill, and Paul Kennedy, editors.

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