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The United States and Post-Castro CubaThe United States and Post-Castro Cuba
Miami when Castro suddenly announced that he would cede power to his brother Raul while he recovered from surgery in the summer of 2006
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Acm techNews Wednesday, December 15, 2004Acm techNews Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Welcome to the December 15, 2004 edition of acm techNews, providing timely information for it professionals three times a week. For instructions on how to unsubscribe from this service, please see below
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American Interpretations of the Cold War1American Interpretations of the Cold War1
Roosevelt’s death (April 12, 1945) significantly changed the diplomatic setting by introducing an element of uncertainty about future us-soviet relations. Truman had not been involved in fdr’s policymaking
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Module Aims and Learning ObjectivesModule Aims and Learning Objectives
Iraq in 2003. This learning material aims to help you develop the ability to think critically and constructively about the issues at play in the making of American foreign policy
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Chapter 6 The Iraq War: American Decision-MakingChapter 6 The Iraq War: American Decision-Making
The international element of that campaign largely failed, while the domestic element was very successful. With the strong support of Congress and substantial American public opinion support, but with little preparation for what would come
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The American Way of War in History and PoliticsThe American Way of War in History and Politics
In the last decade at least a dozen books have appeared with some variation of “American Way of War” in the title, as well as many journal articles, editorials, security studies, and so forth
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Walter Russell Mead American Grand Strategy in a World at Risk OrbisWalter Russell Mead American Grand Strategy in a World at Risk Orbis
Since 9/11, even if the strategic hierarchy, intensity, and political basis have changed, the Bush administration has largely been continuing in this same project, with a sensible strategy but poorly considered tactics
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Executive Summary U. S. Policies and Objectives relating to the Israeli-Palestinian ConflictExecutive Summary U. S. Policies and Objectives relating to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
IV. Factors behind the Failure of the us to Broker an Equitable Peace between the Israelis and Palestinians
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Israel and the WarIsrael and the War
Us power elite's mania about the Middle East. Oil is not only increasingly valuable, but world production may already be peaking and so control of this irreplaceable resource is a key lever of power
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[aces paper-Lieber; August 13, 2004 (3: 30pm) the european union and the united states[aces paper-Lieber; August 13, 2004 (3: 30pm) the european union and the united states
American policy and it is by no means excessive to ask whether the United States and Europe may now be on the verge of a divorce in which their alliance of more than a half century collapses or they even become great power rivals
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The Tea Party and American Foreign PolicyThe Tea Party and American Foreign Policy
The Tea Party and American Foreign Policy. By: Mead, Walter Russell, Foreign Affairs, 00157120, Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 90, Issue 2
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Addicted to War: Why the U. S. Can’t Kick MilitarismAddicted to War: Why the U. S. Can’t Kick Militarism
An interview with Joel Andreas, author of comic book expose, “Addicted to War: Why the U. S. Can’t Kick Militarism” by Nicole Aschoff and Pankaj Mehta
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Ecological Imperialism: The Curse of CapitalismEcological Imperialism: The Curse of Capitalism
It is no wonder, then, that the last few years have seen a growth of concern about ecological imperialism, which in many eyes has become as significant as the more familiar political
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The Softwood Lumber DisputeThe Softwood Lumber Dispute
United States and Canada. The heart of the softwood lumber dispute is the claim of the United States that Canada is unfairly subsidizing Canadian lumber production. The Canadians insist that they are doing no such thing
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Mark Bruzonsky,[1] Joe BageantMark Bruzonsky,[1] Joe Bageant
I intended to be my next rant, tentatively titled “The Pageantry of Joe Bageantry”, but I’m putting that aside for the moment because of the urgency of trying to prevent a threatening attack against Iran — over which ominous war clouds are
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