Atlanticism for a New Century: The Rise, Triumph, and Decline of NATO / Edition 1by Carl Cavanagh Hodge
Pub. Date: 04/05/2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This compact book gives readers a half-century of NATO history in just over 250 pages! An integrated look at the evolution of the foreign policies of the major NATO states during and after the Cold War, it concentrates on the politics and diplomacy of the Alliance as well as studies the nature of a successful military coalition. The book's treatment of the
This compact book gives readers a half-century of NATO history in just over 250 pages! An integrated look at the evolution of the foreign policies of the major NATO states during and after the Cold War, it concentrates on the politics and diplomacy of the Alliance as well as studies the nature of a successful military coalition. The book's treatment of the diplomatic crisis over the US-led war in Iraq makes it the most up-to-date study of NATO, and its lucid explanation of deep-seated trans-Atlantic divergence on the nature of contemporary global affairs and the place of multilateralism within them allows readers to learn a great deal in a short period.
Topics include: the American mission in Europe, Atlantic Ostopolitik, the expeditionary NATO (Desert Storm, the Bosnia crisis, and humanitarian war), smart war and responsible statecraft, the decline of NATO, and the future for Atlanticism.
An excellent reference for those involved in state and foreign affairs, this book is also an excellent source of information for any reader interested in NATO and international relations.
- Prentice Hall
- Publication date:
- Prentice Hall Studies in International Relations Ser.
- Edition description:
- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)
Table of Contents
1. The American Mission in Europe.
The Atlantic Charter. Bringing in Germany. Anglo-French Polarities. The Emergence of Helsinki Europe. Atlantic Acrimony. The Cold War Endgame.
2. Atlantic Ostpolitik North and South.
The Demilitarization of Security. The Balkan Catalyst. The Ambit of Atlanticism.
3. Expeditionary NATO.
Desert Storm. Peace and Democracy in Bosnia. The Capabilities Gap. Humanitarian War.
4. Smart War and Responsible Statecraft.
The High Tide of Interventionism. Righteous Might and Casual War. The Hollow Shell of Burden-Sharing. A Decade's Dividend.
5. The Decline of NATO.
A Distinctly American Internationalism. World Order and Imperial Power. The Failure of Atlantic Unity.
6. A Future for Atlanticism.
The International Community. Three Versions of Europe. Atlantic Commonwealth and World Order.
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