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Some categorisations of US power have long governed analyses of American foreign policy - concepts such as 'empire', 'decline', 'superpower', 'the Cold War' and 'the War on Terror' - and have led to a distortion that sees US policy measured by broad labels, rather than on its own terms. This fresh new approach seeks to challenge these terms.

Produktbeschreibung
Some categorisations of US power have long governed analyses of American foreign policy - concepts such as 'empire', 'decline', 'superpower', 'the Cold War' and 'the War on Terror' - and have led to a distortion that sees US policy measured by broad labels, rather than on its own terms. This fresh new approach seeks to challenge these terms.
Autorenporträt
JOHN CARLOS ROWE Professor of the Humanities, University of Southern California, USAFRANK COSTIGLIOLA Professor in History, the University of Connecticut, USAANNA HARTNELL Lecturer in Contemporary Literature, Birkbeck, University of London, UKANDREW JOHNSTONE Lecturer in American History, the University of Leicester, UKPAUL KRAMER Associate Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, USAHELEN LAVILLE Senior Lecturer in the Department of American and Canadian Studies, the University of Birmingham, UKSCOTT LUCAS Professor of American Studies, the University of Birmingham, UKDAVID MILNE Senior Lecturer in Political History, the University of East Anglia, UKJASON PARKER Associate Professor of History, Texas A&M University, USAANDREW PRIEST Lecturer in International Politics at Aberystwyth University, UKDAVID RYAN Associate Dean, The Graduate School, University College Cork, IrelandBEVAN SEWELL Lecturer in American History, the University of Nottingham, UKSARAH B. SNYDER Lecturer in International History, University College London, UKHUGH WILFORD Professor of United States History, California State University, Long Beach, USA