The New World and the New World Order
Us Relative Decline, Domestic Instability in the Americas and the End of the Cold War
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|Format:||Hardback, 184 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 15 December 1996|
This book re-examines the character of the USA and re-evaluates its relationship to the post-Cold War international order. The USA has often been seen as a model of democratic liberty, a vehement opponent of colonialism and the 'lone superpower' of the post-Cold War world. This book challenges all these views. Unlike previous studies of the post-Cold War role of the USA it connects US domestic affairs to systemic changes often characterized entirely in terms of the 'fall of Communism'.
|Publisher: ||Palgrave MacMillan|