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Rogue Nation: American Unilateralism and the Failure of Good Intentions

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2004

    A critigue of the 'Right' by someone on the 'Right.'

    Clyde Prestowitz is someone who has experience in negotiating foreign policy. A former Regan representative, he writes with an insiders (one could almost say 'prophetic')knowledge of the global effects of America's military and economic policies

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2004

    A must read!!

    To help the average American better understand how the world actually views us (from an unbiased perspective) this book is a must read. The book examines how the foriegn policy of not only the current administration, but of the past administrations have shaped world opinion of us. I cannot praise this book enough for it's open and honest review of our nation's dealings with the world. You will not be disappointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2003

    A Great Foreign Affairs Book

    I found this book to be enlightening, as well as enjoyable. It really drives home the point that sometimes the US can be aggressive and arrogant in its foreign relations. But more importantly, this book explains how and why - from the idiosynchracies of our federal system to our burden as a superpower. And though critical, it is not a kneejerk reaction to US policies, but rather a constructive prescription for change. A must-read for those interested in foreign policy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2003

    Proud yet humble American

    Finally a book that finds a reasonable and credible middle-ground between America-bashing and American hubris! Prestowitz shows how America can be both admired for its values and respected for its leadership, rather than despised for its double-standards and feared for its bullishness.

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