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Crises in U.S. foreign policy : an international history reader

Author: Michael H Hunt
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael H Hunt
ISBN: 0300063687 9780300063684 0300065973 9780300065978
OCLC Number: 32664841
Description: ix, 447 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Wilson and the European War, 1914-1917: redefining the rules of the game --
The road to Pearl Harbor, 1931-1941: the dangers of driving in the fast lane --
The origins of the Cold War, 1943-1952: the anatomy of a long crisis --
The Sino-American collision in Korea, 1948-1951: riding the roller coaster --
Managing the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1961-1963: model or muddle? --
Going to war in Vietnam, 1950-1965: a test of wills --
Confronting revolution in Iran, 1953-1980: the perils of modernization.
Other Titles: Crises in United States foreign policy
Crises in US foreign policy
Responsibility: Michael H. Hunt.


This work focuses on seven of the crises that the US has been involved in with other countries in the 20th century. These incidents include: American entry into World War I; the origins of the  Read more...


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