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Uses Of Force And Wilsonian Foreign Policy

Author : Frederick S. Calhoun
ISBN : 0873384644
Genre : Law
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Frederick S. Calhoun examines the policies Woodrow Wilson pursued during the seven military interventions he undertook between 1914 and 1919 to develop a specialised vocabulary describing how force is employed as a function of international policy.

American Foreign Relations Since 1600

Author : Robert L. Beisner
ISBN : 9781576070802
Genre : History
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Chronicles American foreign relations literature from colonial times to the present, with updated material on post World-War II.

A Companion To American Foreign Relations

Author : Robert Schulzinger
ISBN : 9780470999035
Genre : History
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This is an authoritative volume of historiographical essays that survey the state of U.S. diplomatic history. The essays cover the entire range of the history of American foreign relations from the colonial period to the present. They discuss the major sources and analyze the most influential books and articles in the field. Includes discussions of new methodological approaches in diplomatic history.

Paths Not Taken

Author : Jonathan M. Nielson
ISBN : 0275967697
Genre : Political Science
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Explores seminal decisions in American foreign policy and diplomatic history, from the early National period to the Vietnam War.

Crucible Of Power

Author : Howard Jones
ISBN : 9780742558250
Genre : History
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In this updated edition of Crucible of Power, Howard Jones draws on his remarkable breadth as a historian of U.S. foreign relations to produce a distinguished survey of America's growth from an emerging power in the 1890s to its present day position of global preeminence. Comprehensive, tempered, and highly accessible, Jones demonstrates the complexities facing U.S. policy makers and the limitations on their actions.

The Third Century

Author : Mark T. Gilderhus
ISBN : 9781442257177
Genre : History
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This text focuses on U.S. relations with Latin America from the advent of the New Diplomacy late in the nineteenth century to the present. Providing a balanced perspective, it presents both the United States’ view that the Western Hemisphere needed to unite under a common democratic, capitalistic society and the Latin American countries’ response to U.S. attempts to impose these goals on its southern neighbors. The authors examine the reciprocal interactions between the two regions, each with distinctive purposes, outlooks, interests, and cultures. They also place U.S.–Latin American relations within the larger global political and economic context.

Realism And American Foreign Policy

Author : Steven J. Bucklin
ISBN : UOM:39015049559555
Genre : History
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Challenges the assertion of George Kennan and Hans Morgenthau that moralistic and legalistic beliefs bound Wilsonian internationalists to policies that were outside the national interest.

America S Secret War Against Bolshevism

Author : David S. Foglesong
ISBN : 9781469611136
Genre : Political Science
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From the Russian revolutions of 1917 to the end of the Civil War in 1920, Woodrow Wilson's administration sought to oppose the Bolsheviks in a variety of covert ways. Drawing on previously unavailable American and Russian archival material, David Foglesong chronicles both sides of this secret war and reveals a new dimension to the first years of the U.S.-Soviet rivalry. Foglesong explores the evolution of Wilson's ambivalent attitudes toward socialism and revolution before 1917 and analyzes the social and cultural origins of American anti-Bolshevism. Constrained by his espousal of the principle of self-determination, by idealistic public sentiment, and by congressional restrictions, Wilson had to rely on secretive methods to affect the course of the Russian Civil War. The administration provided covert financial and military aid to anti-Bolshevik forces, established clandestine spy networks, concealed the purposes of limited military expeditions to northern Russia and Siberia, and delivered ostensibly humanitarian assistance to soldiers fighting to overthrow the Soviet government. In turn, the Soviets developed and secretly funded a propaganda campaign in the United States designed to mobilize public opposition to anti-Bolshevik activity, promote American-Soviet economic ties, and win diplomatic recognition from Washington.

Containing Coexistence

Author : Jussi M. Hanhimäki
ISBN : 0873385586
Genre : Political Science
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A study of Finland's role in Soviet-American relations during the onset of the Cold War. It examines Finland's attempts to remain neutral after World War II and not join the people's democracies in 1945, and covers the Finnish Solution, whereby Finland was allowed to coexist with the Soviets.

Power And Restraint

Author : Jeffrey W. Meiser
ISBN : 9781626161771
Genre : History
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Introduction -- Theories of rising power expansion and restraint -- Origins of expansionism, 1898-1900 -- Consolidation and backlash, 1899-1903 -- Adaptation and recession, 1904-1912 -- Expansionism transformed, 1913-1921 -- Republican interregnum, 1921-1933 -- From nonintervention to noninterference, 1933-1941 -- Conclusion -- Index

Wilsonian Approaches To American Conflicts

Author : Ashley Cox
ISBN : 9781315397009
Genre : History
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This book explores US foreign policy, specifically the history of America’s entry into the War of 1812, the First World War, the Korean War and the First Gulf War. Using a historical case study approach, it demonstrates how the Wilsonian Framework can give us a unique understanding of why the United States chose to go to war in those four conflicts. Cox argues that the Wilsonian Framework is an important concern for decision makers in the US and that democracy promotion and the concept of international law are driving factors in each of these decisions to go to war. The realist and economic explanations of these conflicts are not sufficient and we must draw on Wilsonianism to gain a clear understanding of these conflicts. Drawing on the history of American liberalism and the work of Walter Russel Mead and Tony Smith, the book presents a definition of Wilsonianism that represents a broad span of the history of The Republic, in order to show consistency across time. It also establishes why the realist and economic explanations fail to provide sufficient explanatory power and how the Wilsonian Framework can give important insights into these conflicts. This book will be of interest to international historians and international relations scholars at both postgraduate and scholar level. It will also be of use to those wishing to conduct future research into the motivations that drive the foreign and security policies of the United States.

Keeping The Covenant

Author : Warren F. Kuehl
ISBN : 0873385667
Genre : Political Science
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Following the Senate rejection of US membership in the League of Nations, diverse groups of American internationalists launched a campaign to reverse this defeat of their ideals. This text traces their efforts during the interwar period; their political struggle and massive public opinion lobbying.

Spoilsmen In A Flowery Fairyland

Author : Leonard Hammersmith
ISBN : 087338590X
Genre : Political Science
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An examination of the first 11 US ministers to Japan, exploring the information, expectations and values they took with them and how they shaped US diplomacy with Japan in the late 19th century. It shows that the issue of trade was an ongoing 19th-century problem.

The Libyan Arena

Author : Scott L. Bills
ISBN : 087338511X
Genre : Political Science
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This text examines Anglo-American plans for North African decolonization following World War II and focuses specifically on the events preceeding the UN discussions that led to the creation of the modern Libyan state. It is based on archival sources from both America and Britain.

The Dragon The Lion The Eagle

Author : Qiang Zhai
ISBN : 0873384903
Genre : Political Science
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A study in international history and comparative analysis of the relations between China, Britain and America, in the period from 1949 to 1958. The author draws upon previously-classified documents and private papers to give a view of the Cold War from Chinese and Western standpoints.

American Foreign Relations Volume 2 Since 1895

Author : Thomas Paterson
ISBN : 9781305177222
Genre : History
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This best-selling text presents the best synthesis of current scholarship available to emphasize the theme of expansionism and its manifestations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Reconsidering Woodrow Wilson

Author : Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
ISBN : 0801890748
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Some of today’s premier experts on Woodrow Wilson contribute to this new collection of essays about the former statesman, portraying him as a complex, even paradoxical president. Reconsidering Woodrow Wilson reveals a person who was at once an international idealist, a structural reformer of the nation’s economy, and a policy maker who was simultaneously accommodating, indifferent, resistant, and hostile to racial and gender reform. Wilson’s progressivism is discussed in chapters by biographer John Milton Cooper and historians Trygve Throntveit and W. Elliot Brownlee. Wilson’s philosophy about race and nation is taken up by Gary Gerstle, and his gender politics discussed by Victoria Bissel Brown. The seeds of Wilsonianism are considered in chapters by Mark T. Gilderhus on Wilson’s Latin American diplomacy and war; Geoffrey R. Stone on Wilson’s suppression of seditious speech; and Lloyd Ambrosius on entry into World War I. Emily S. Rosenberg and Frank Ninkovich explore the impact of Wilson’s internationalism on capitalism and diplomacy; Martin Walker sets out the echoes of Wilson’s themes in the cold war; and Anne-Marie Slaughter suggests how Wilson might view the promotion of liberal democracy today. These essays were originally written for a celebration of Wilson’s 150th birthday sponsored by the official national memorial to Wilson—the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars—in collaboration with the Woodrow Wilson House. That daylong symposium examined some of the most important and controversial areas of Wilson’s political life and presidency.

A Handbook Of American Diplomacy

Author : Jerry K. Sweeney
ISBN : 9780429710506
Genre : Political Science
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This work is concerned with the diplomatic history of the United States since the first settlers set foot on the shores of the continent. It is a handbook to serve a general public interested in American diplomacy as well as students engaged in course work in that area.

World War I Almanac

Author : David R. Woodward
ISBN : 9781438118963
Genre : Almanacs, American
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Presents a day-by-day chronology of the events of World War I and a biographical dictionary of people involved in the conflict.

The Future Almost Arrived

Author : Itai Nartzizenfield Sneh
ISBN : 0820481858
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is a study of Jimmy Carter's career, his approach to human rights, his formulation of goals, and his practices before, during, and after his presidency, with a focus on the extent to which the promotion and protection of human rights influenced his actions at home and abroad. Historians underestimate the uniqueness of the juncture in the 1970s when Carter missed an opportunity to change priorities in American diplomacy, a misreading that might be explained by the disparity between Carter's agenda and the reality created by his administration's record. This book identifies and examines how Carter's ambitious words and promising ideals did not translate into policy, though his intentions were noble. At a pivotal moment, his administration adopted human rights as a tenet for foreign policy, but Carter did not design imaginative guidelines or prescribe new practices to advance this theme. The Future Almost Arrived illuminates how, had Carter succeeded in recruiting senior staff to support and implement an innovative agenda, the result might have been an overhaul of U.S. foreign policy, with human rights at its center - which, by improving his chances for re-election, would have changed the course of history.

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