America's War on Terror, Second Edition / Edition 2

America's War on Terror, Second Edition / Edition 2

by Tom Lansford
     
 

ISBN-10: 0754677850

ISBN-13: 9780754677857

Pub. Date: 10/01/2009

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited

Developing ideas established in the successful first edition, this new version of America's War on Terror updates and expands the original collection of essays, allowing the reader to fully understand how the causes of the war on terror, both the domestic and foreign policy implications, and the future challenges faced by the United States have moved on since 2003.

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Developing ideas established in the successful first edition, this new version of America's War on Terror updates and expands the original collection of essays, allowing the reader to fully understand how the causes of the war on terror, both the domestic and foreign policy implications, and the future challenges faced by the United States have moved on since 2003. Features include: "

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780754677857
Publisher:
Ashgate Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
10/01/2009
Pages:
326
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface; The politics and history of terror, Robert P. Watson. Part 1 Origins of the War on Terror: Osama bin Laden, radical Islam and the United States, Tom Lansford and Jack Covarrubias; The fight against terrorism in historical context: George W. Bush and the development of presidential foreign policy regimes, Neal Allen; The war on terror and the just use of military force, Patrick Hayden; Identifying and confronting the 'axis of evil' : a critical retrospective, Robert J. Pauly Jr. Part 2 Domestic Implications: Presidential priorities and budgetary realities: how critical is the president as an individual in shaping the national budget?, Michael G. Dziubinski and Steve A. Yetiv; President Bush and the war on terrorism: historic opportunity lost to complete his father's legacy and define his own place in history, John Davis; The evolution of homeland security and the war on terror, Neil Reedy and Justin Miller. Part 3 Foreign Policy Implications: The Middle East peace process after 9/11, Vaughn P. Shannon; The limits of military power: the United States in Iraq, Tom Lansford and Jack Covarrubias; 3-dimensional chess: an analysis of the circumstances of terrorism in Central and South Asia, Dirk C. van Raemdonck; The effects of globalization on transnational terrorism, Shahdad Naghshpour and J.J. St.Marie. Part 4 Future Challenges: 'Terrorism' in the moral discourse of humanity, Mark Evans; Why Bush should have explained September 11th, Kirstin Andrews; Rebalancing America's war on terror: President Obama, Matthew A. Williams and Jack Covarrubias; Appendices; Bibliography; Index.

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