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SDI and U. S. Foreign Policy

release date: Feb 19, 2021
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SDI and U. S. Foreign Policy
Showing how the development of space technology could affect the present system of deterrence, the authors consider the consequences for U.S. foreign policy, alliance relations, and strategic stability. In the first essay, Dr. Tucker argues that a greater commitment to defensive systems would not substantially affect deterrence or extended deterren

Immigration And U.s. Foreign Policy

release date: Oct 18, 2020
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Immigration And U.s. Foreign Policy
This book focuses on the consequences of immigration for U.S. foreign policy, in particular, to those consequences that affect, or appear to affect, the nation's view of its role and the definition of its vital interest in the world. It discusses the impact of ethnic groups on foreign policy. .

Immigration And U.s. Foreign Policy

release date: May 20, 2019
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Immigration And U.s. Foreign Policy
In this inter disciplinary study, a distinguished group of demographers, historians, and political scientists assess the relationship between immigration and foreign policy in the United States. First re-examining the consequences of the 19th-century and inter-war migrations, the authors then explore the origins of US refugee policy and refugee mig

Woodrow Wilson and the Great War

Woodrow Wilson and the Great War
In recent years, and in light of U.S. attempts to project power in the world, the presidency of Woodrow Wilson has been more commonly invoked than ever before. Yet "Wilsonianism" has often been distorted by a concentration on American involvement in the First World War. In Woodrow Wilson and the Great War: Reconsidering America’s Neutrality, 1914-1917, prominent scholar Robert Tucker turns the focus to the years of neutrality. Arguing that our neglect of this prewar period has reduced the complexity of the historical Wilson to a caricature or stereotype, Tucker reveals the importance that the law of neutrality played in Wilson’s foreign policy during the fateful years from 1914 to 1917, and in doing so he provides a more complete portrait of our nation’s twenty-eighth president. By focusing on the years leading up to America’s involvement in the Great War, Tucker reveals that Wilson’s internationalism was always highly qualified, dependent from the start upon the advent of an international order that would forever remove the specter of another major war. World War I was the last conflict in which the law of neutrality played an important role in the calculations of belligerents and neutrals, and it is scarcely an exaggeration to say that this law—or rather Woodrow Wilson’s version of it—constituted almost the whole of his foreign policy with regard to the war. Wilson’s refusal to find any significance, moral or otherwise, in the conflict beyond the law and its violation led him to see the war as meaningless, save for the immense suffering and sense of utter futility it fostered. Treating issues of enduring interest, such as the advisability and effectiveness of U.S. interventions in, or initiation of, conflicts beyond its borders, Woodrow Wilson and the Great War will appeal to anyone interested in the president’s power to determine foreign policy, and in constitutional history in general.

The Law of War and Neutrality at Sea

release date: Sep 01, 2005
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The Imperial Temptation

The Imperial Temptation
In this critical analysis of American foreign policy priorities, Robert W. Tucker and David C. Hendrickson argue that the first Bush Administration, in its attempts to address the challenges posed by the new global realties, betrayed the fundamental ideals on which this country was founded. Taking the Gulf War as their starting point, Tucker and Hendrickson dissect President Bush's vision of a new world order, exposing its inconsistency with America's traditional diplomatic principles.

Sdi and U.s. Foreign Policy

release date: Jun 17, 2019
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Sdi and U.s. Foreign Policy
Showing how the development of space technology could affect the present system of deterrence, the authors consider the consequences for U.S. foreign policy, alliance relations, and strategic stability. In the first essay, Dr. Tucker argues that a greater commitment to defensive systems would not substantially affect deterrence or extended deterren

The Imperial Temptation

The Imperial Temptation
In this critical analysis of American foreign policy priorities, Robert W. Tucker and David C. Hendrickson argue that the first Bush Administration, in its attempts to address the challenges posed by the new global realties, betrayed the fundamental ideals on which this country was founded. Taking the Gulf War as their starting point, Tucker and Hendrickson dissect President Bushs vision of a new world order, exposing its inconsistency with Americas traditional diplomatic principles.

Empire of Liberty

release date: Apr 30, 1992
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Empire of Liberty
Empire of Liberty takes a new look at the public life, thought, and ambiguous legacy of one of America's most revered statesmen, offering new insight into the meaning of Jefferson in the American experience. This work examines Jefferson's legacy for American foreign policy in the light of several critical themes which continue to be highly significant today: the struggle between isolationists and interventionists, the historic ambivalence over the nation's role as a crusader for liberty, and the relationship between democracy and peace. Written by two distinguished scholars, this book provides invaluable insight into the classic ideas of American diplomacy.

Empire of Liberty

release date: Apr 30, 1992
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Empire of Liberty
Empire of Liberty takes a new look at the public life, thought, and ambiguous legacy of one of America's most revered statesmen, offering new insight into the meaning of Jefferson in the American experience. This work examines Jefferson's legacy for American foreign policy in the light of several critical themes which continue to be highly significant today: the struggle between isolationists and interventionists, the historic ambivalence over the nation's role as a crusader for liberty, and the relationship between democracy and peace. Written by two distinguished scholars, this book provides invaluable insight into the classic ideas of American diplomacy.
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