By Warren I. Cohen
This sharp and authoritative account of yankee international kin analyzes the final fifteen years of international coverage relating to the final 40 years, because the finish of the chilly War.
- Provides an outline and knowing of the new background of U.S. overseas family members from the point of view of 1 of the main revered gurus within the field
- Includes feedback for additional reading.
Chapter 1 the top of the chilly struggle foreign process (pages 12–37):
Chapter 2 looking for a Compass (pages 38–55):
Chapter three Clinton and Humanitarian Interventions (pages 56–71):
Chapter four coping with the nice Powers (pages 72–93):
Chapter five The Clinton Years Assessed (pages 93–122):
Chapter 6 The Vulcans Take cost (pages 123–142):
Chapter 7 as soon as Upon an Empire (pages 143–163):
Chapter eight all of the leisure ? and Bush Assessed (pages 164–186):
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Extra resources for America's Failing Empire: U.S. Foreign Relations Since The Cold War
The president was preoccupied with trouble that had erupted in the Baltic states where Soviet resistance to their quest for independence from the Soviet Union angered Americans of Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian origin – and threatened to derail progress toward Soviet-American cooperation. In July, Iraqi forces began to mass along the Kuwaiti border. S. government and abroad was that Saddam was bluffing. Bush was unwilling to threaten him. There was no point in further alienating him if he really had no intention of invading Kuwait.
It was clear King Hussein of Jordan was ready for peace with Israel. The Saudis indicated that they would participate in the proposed conference and were willing to establish diplomatic and economic relations with Israel if the Palestinians gained a homeland. The Egyptians had already recognized Israel and were quick to agree to attend. The Arab states of the Persian Gulf, having witnessed the exercise of American power, assuming the Americans were in the region to stay, were eager to line up behind Washington.
At the suggestion of King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, Bush did not order the attack on January 15, assuming the Iraqis would be at their highest level of alert as time ran out. But two days later the air attacks began and they were, not surprisingly, devastating. Probably the toughest diplomatic problem of the Gulf War was ensuring that the Israelis stayed out. Saddam shrewdly tried to turn the battle into AFE1 3/31/05 7:04 PM Page 25 the end of the cold war international system 25 an Arab-Israeli battle by launching Scud missiles against Israel.
America's Failing Empire: U.S. Foreign Relations Since The Cold War by Warren I. Cohen