Us Foreign Policy Toward the Third World A Post-Cold War Assessment
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The contributors to this work examine the evolutions of U.S. foreign policy toward the Third World and the new policy challenges facing developing nations in the post-Cold War era. The book incorporates the key assessment standards of U.S. foreign policies directed toward critical regions, including Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia. Through this region-by-region analysis, readers of this text will get the information and insight needed to fully understand U.S. policy objectives--especially with regard to economic and security issues in the wake of 9/11--via a vis the developing world. The book outlines both successes and failures of Washington as it seeks to deal with the Third World in a new era of terrorism, trade, and democratic enlargement. It also considers whether anti-Western sentiment in Third World regions is a direct result of U.S. foreign policies since the end of the Cold War.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe Incorporated
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Abbreviations and Acronys|
|American Policies Toward the Global South in the Post-Cold War, Pst- Bipolar Era: An Introduction|
|American Foreign Policy: Between Isolationism adInternationalism, Unilateralism and Multilateralism|
|Decision-Making Processes and Actors in American ForeinPolicy Formulation: Is There a Third World Lobby?|
|American Foreign Policy Toward Latin America in the Post- Cold Wa Era: A Case of Benign Neglect?|
|American Policy in the Post-Cold War Middle East|
|Southeast Asia and the United States After September 1,2001|
|U.S. Policy Interests in South Asia: Continuities and Disjunctures|
|The Revival of Geopolitics: U.S. Policies in Afghanistnand Central Asia|
|United States and Africa: ï¿½Uncle Samï¿½ or ï¿½Unle Scroogeï¿½? Peter J. Schraedr Global South After September 11, 2001|