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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.
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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 p. : 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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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 scarce foreign policy resources. Events of the past year in Indonesia, India, and Pakistan have already affirmed the wisdom of this policy. In a series of cogent, original case studies, area experts explore the pivotal states strategy for each of the nine states.

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