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A collection of essays, which argue that the Bush Doctrine, as outlined in the September 2002 National Security Strategy of the United States, squandered enormous military and economic resources, diminished American power, and undermined America's moral reputation as a defender of democratic values and human rights.

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A collection of essays, which argue that the Bush Doctrine, as outlined in the September 2002 National Security Strategy of the United States, squandered enormous military and economic resources, diminished American power, and undermined America's moral reputation as a defender of democratic values and human rights.
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Edward A. Kolodziej (Editor) EDWARD A. KOLODZIEJ is Research Professor of Political Science (Emeritus) and Director of the Center for Global Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is coeditor, with Roger E. Kanet, of numerous collections, including The Cold War as Cooperation and Coping with Conflict after the Cold War. Roger E. Kanet (Editor) ROGER E. KANET is a professor of international studies at the University of Miami. He is coeditor, with Edward A. Kolodziej, of numerous collections, including The Cold War as Cooperation and Coping with Conflict after the Cold War.