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U.S. foreign policy in the twenty-first century : the relevance of realism

Author: Robert John Myers
Publisher: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, ©1999.
Series: Political traditions in foreign policy series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In U.S. Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century, Robert J. Myers gives coherent and pointed statement to a complex history of political theory involving idealism and its theoretical counterpart, realism. He sets out to restate the possible outcomes of the tension between idealist and realist expectations "so that there may be a broader consensus on what one can both expect and accept about how the political  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert John Myers
ISBN: 0807123455 9780807123454
OCLC Number: 40452956
Description: xiii, 170 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The Pattern of U.S. Foreign Policy --
1. The Legacy of the Peloponnesian War: Lessons from History --
2. Machiavelli: History and Human Nature --
3. Kant and the Institutionalization of Peace --
4. China's International Relations System --
5. Historicism and Progress: Transcending Human Nature? --
6. Alternative to Peace: The Just War --
7. The UN and the Realists: The Misapplication of International Organization --
8. The Perplexing Problem of Intervention --
9. The Environmental and Human Rights Challenges to Realist Politics --
10. Looking to the Future: The United States and the Promise of Realism.
Series Title: Political traditions in foreign policy series.
Other Titles: U.S. foreign policy in the 21st century
Responsibility: Robert J. Myers.

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"In U.S. Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century, Robert J. Myers gives coherent and pointed statement to a complex history of political theory involving idealism and its theoretical counterpart, realism. He sets out to restate the possible outcomes of the tension between idealist and realist expectations "so that there may be a broader consensus on what one can both expect and accept about how the political world works in normal times and in times of crisis.""--Jacket.

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