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This work argues that the influence of neoconservatives has been none too small and all too important in the shaping of this monumental doctrine and historic moment in American foreign policy. Through a fascinating account of the central figures in the neoconservative movement and their push for war with Iraq, he reveals the imperial designs that have guided them in their quest for the establishment of a global Pax Americana.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)|
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Neocons in Power||1|
|1||"Trotsky's Orphans" A Brief History of Neoconservatism||7|
|2||"The Bully on the Block" Paul Wolfowitz, Colin Powell, and American Superpowerdom||27|
|3||"An Empire, If You Will Keep It" Charles Krauthammer, Joshua Muravchik, and the Unipolarist Imperative||75|
|4||"Benevolent Global Hegemony" William Kristol, Robert Kagan, and the Project for the New American Century||125|
|5||"The Road to Jerusalem Runs through Baghdad" The Iraq War, Hardline Zionism, and American Conservatisms||181|
|6||Conclusion: An Empire in Denial||223|