By Melvyn P. Leffler, Jeffrey W. Legro
U.S. nationwide protection coverage is at a severely vital crossroads. The Bush Doctrine of unilateralism, pre-emptive struggle, and the imposition of democracy via strength has confirmed disastrous. the U.S. now reveals itself vilified out of the country, weakened at domestic, and slowed down in a possible never-ending and unwinnable struggle. In to steer the realm, Melvyn P. Leffler and Jeffrey W. Legro collect 11 of America's so much esteemed writers and thinkers to provide concrete, traditionally grounded feedback for the way the US can regain its status on this planet and use its energy extra properly than it has through the Bush years. Best-selling authors reminiscent of David Kennedy, Niall Ferguson, Robert Kagan, Francis Fukuyama, and Samantha strength deal with such matters as how the united states can regain its recognize on the planet, reply to the most important threats now dealing with the rustic, establish moderate international coverage objectives, deal with the starting to be debt burden, in achieving better nationwide protection, and effectively interact a bunch of alternative difficulties left unsolved and in lots of situations exacerbated by way of the Bush Doctrine. Representing quite a lot of views, the writers collected the following position the present foreign-policy crisis firmly within the higher context of yankee and global heritage and draw upon lifelike value determinations of either the strengths and the boundaries of yankee energy. They argue persuasively that the type of management that made the U.S. a great--and tremendously admired--nation long ago will be revitalized to fulfill the demanding situations of the twenty first century. Written via prize-winning authors and jam-packed with level-headed, far-sighted, and available strategies, to guide the area will function a main resource of political knowledge within the post-Bush period and may upload immeasurably to the coverage debates surrounding the 2008 presidential election.
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