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12 September 2006

176 Pages | 3 maps & 11 illus.

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780195177022


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After Iraq

The Imperiled American Imperium

Charles W. Kegley, Jr. and Gregory A. Raymond

Written by two seasoned scholars, After Iraq conducts a sweeping survey of America's present position in the global arena and identifies the opportunities and risks that the United States will likely face once the war in Iraq draws to a close. Kegley and Raymond provide an insightful overview of the U.S. response to the unconventional threats posed by global terrorism as well as a searching assessment of the challenges created by the rise of China and other emerging competitors. They argue that the current course of American foreign policy will harm the country by setting dangerous precedents that undermine the moral and legal restraints--which were built painstakingly over the past century--on when and how states may use force.

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