Paperback. The United States today straddles the stage of global politics without any equal competitor. How will it use its great power? Will it turn inward toward isolationism? Will it accept volunt.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 156 pages. 0.177. Bookseller Inventory #
The United States today straddles the stage of global politics without any equal competitor. So the big question is how it will use its great power. Will it turn inwards towards isolationism? Will it accept voluntary constraints by allies, in multilateral arrangements? Will it act globally, but unilaterally, without consultation? Will that unilateral action be self-interested only, or with an eye to giving global leadership?A group of distinguished proponents of these diverse views argue out their differences in this collection of essays. Central issues in their debate are whether isolationism is the same as unilateralism, and the degree to which American political culture feels itself to be part of, or distinct from an emergent global civil society.
About the Author:
Gwyn Prins is based at the London School of Economics. He is a former senior research fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Title: Understanding Unilateralism in American ...
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Book Description Royal Institute for International Affairs/Chatham House, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. NICE CONDITION SOFTCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT. ALMOST NO WEAR TO COVER. A CLEAN & SOLID BOOK. Bookseller Inventory # Y-1315
Book Description Royal Institute of International Affairs, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX186203107X