9781137019998-1137019999-America and the Rogue States (American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century)

America and the Rogue States (American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century)

ISBN-13: 9781137019998
ISBN-10: 1137019999
Edition: 2012
Author: Henriksen, T.
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: Paperback 239 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781137019998
ISBN-10: 1137019999
Edition: 2012
Author: Henriksen, T.
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: Paperback 239 pages

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America and the Rogue States traces and examines the policies and interaction of the United States with the main adversarial nations in the post-Cold War era. The book concentrates on the three major rogue states-North Korea, Iran, and pre-invasion Iraq. What are termed as lesser rogue nations-Libya, Syria, Cuba, and the Sudan-receive summarized treatment in one chapter together with a brief discussion about why Afghanistan and Venezuela are not rogues. The author makes clear the distinctions among these confrontational regimes, noting that North Korea, Iran, and Saddam Hussein's Iraq aroused much more anxiety in Washington than lesser rogues and other troublesome states. After an opening chapter placing the rogue-nation phenomenon in historical and current context, the manuscript devotes one chapter each to the three major adversarial rogues. A final chapter deals with the less threatening rogue regimes. Each chapter follows a chronological format with description and analysis. The work is intended for a general reader interested in the topic; it also will have appeal as a supplemental text for university classes in international relations covering the period after the Cold War ended.

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