From the Old Diplomacy to the New, 1865-1900
Edition: 2nd 1986
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Description: Historians have long argued about the nature of the changes that occurred in American foreign policy at the turn of the century, and whether those changes represented an abrupt break from the past or the culmination of long-term trends. Beisner addresses these issues by recasting the questions involved, and synthesizes the most useful contributions of both traditional and revisionist historians. From the Old Diplomacy to the New reinterprets the entire period as one in which American foreign policy underwent a fundamental paradigm shift that affected the goals and methods of diplomacy. A commitment to systematic policy and a determination to promote American interests in a dangerous world characterized the "new diplomacy."
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List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 1986
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/15/1986
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
|Underlying Themes and Issues|
|American Beliefs and Traditions|
|Old Paradigm Policy, 1865-1889|
|Paradigms and Diplomacy|
|The Alabama claims and Mexico|
|Seward, Grant, and Blaine|
|A Navy Fit Enough|
|Day-to-Day Diplomatic Preoccupations|
|From the Old to the New Foreign Policy paradigm|
|Sudden Blows to the Old Paradigm|
|The Impact of Cumulative Change|
|The New Paradigm|
|Early years of the New Era, 1889-1897|
|War, Policy, and Imperialism at the End of the Century, 1897-1900|
|War and Empire|
|The Open Door Policy|