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Halper and Clarke are insiders who know the players and the sources. Their thoughtful, insightful work spans ideological and partisan differences, a rare phenomenon these days. p. 203) The process, which anthropologists call the discursive construction of reality.
Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke argue, that as long as neo-conservative radicals dominate the nation's national security process, fracture is more likely. Assuming Americans will see increasing threats in the future, this book is important because it Used wisely, America's immense military power can preserve freedom but used unwisely, it can fracture global stability.
Stefan Halper, Jonathan Clarke. Jonathan Clarke is a Foreign Affairs Scholar at the CATO Institute in Washington, DC. Cambridge University Press, 5 сент. This book explores how George W. Bush's election, and the fear and confusion of September 11, combined to allow a small group of radical intellectuals to seize the reins of . national security policy. He received a . from Oxford University and has also been a Counselor, British Diplomatic Service, with assignments in Germany, Zimbabwe and the United States.
Halper and Clarke distinguish carefully between the neo-cons and the powerful allies, including Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld, to whom they attached themselves. And they believe "coarse-grained unilateralism" has tarnished America's moral authority.
America Alone explores how George W. Bush's election, and the fear and confusion of September 11, 2001, combined to allow a small group of radical intellectuals to seize the reins of US national security policy. It shows how, at this 'inflection point' in US history an inexperienced president was persuaded to abandon his campaign pledges (and the successful consensus-driven, bi-partisan diplomacy that managed the lethal Soviet threat over the past half-century) and adopt a neo-conservative foreign policy emphasizing military confrontation and 'nation-building'.
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Examines the neo-conservative movement in the US and discovers cautions against i. Stefan Halper is a Fellow of Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, and a Senior Fellow of the Centre of International Studies, where he directs the Donner Atlantic Studies Programme.
Examines the neo-conservative movement in the US and discovers cautions against it. Product Identifiers. from Stanford and doctorates from Oxford and Cambridge Universities. He was a White House and State Department official during the Nixon, Ford, and Reagan administrations.
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