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Holmes, Jack E
Ambivalent America : toward a steadier and safer response to world trends / Jack E. Holmes
Lanham : University Press of America, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  E183.7 .H653 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject United States -- Foreign relations
United States -- Foreign relations -- History
United States -- Foreign relations -- Public opinion
Physical Description x, 171 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographic references (p. [151]-164) and index
Contents A long-cycle approach to American foreign policy -- Separate yet united; a macro analysis of foreign policy mood -- An expanding nation divided: 1824-70 -- Path to preeminence: 1971-1918 -- Foreign policy mood since 1968 -- A new vision of foreign policy mood
Summary "Ambivalent America argues that understanding long-term trends is just as important as understanding short-term trends in United States foreign policy. Building upon the works of Frank L. Klingberg (1952) and his 1985 book, Holmes argues that United States foreign policy mood has been, and continues to be, an important key to understanding American foreign policy. The period covered by the analysis starts in 1776 and continues to the present. Moods are impacted by interests and world trends to determine United States foreign policy. It is hoped that extremes in American policy can be brought under control, and that prospects for understanding American policy can be improved in the process. Given the role of United States foreign policy in international relations, this work challenges both professionals and general public observers to enrich their understanding of American foreign policy"--Back cover

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