Kongsi Senarai Ini

Komen Awam

《Bran-New + The Enforced Installation of Western Democracy Values by American Foreign Policy Is More Likely To Spread Conflict Than Peace 》Robert W. Merry - SANDS OF EMPIRE : Missionary Zeal, American Foreign Policy, and the Hazards of Global Ambition

icon

4 months ago oleh trustedplatform

icon

RM20

icon

1 Suka

icon

Baru

icon

Dalam Buku

icon

This international bestseller in paperback edition is a bran-new book and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM88.16. Now here Only at RM20. In “Sands of Empire”, veteran political journalist and award-winning author Robert W. Merry examines the misguided concepts that have fueled American foreign policy since the end of the Cold War. The emergence in the George W. Bush administration of America as Crusader State, bent on remaking the world in its preferred image, is dangerous and self-defeating, he points out. Moreover, these grand-scale flights of interventionism, regime change, and the use of pre-emptive armed force are without precedent in American history. Merry offers a spirited description of a powerful political core whose ideas have replaced conservative reservations about utopian visions -- these neocons who "embrace a brave new world in which American exceptionalism holds sway," imagining that others around the globe can be made to abandon their cultures in favor of our ideals. He traces the strains of Wilsonism that have now merged into an adventurous and hazardous foreign policy, particularly as described by William Kristol, Francis Fukuyama, Max Boot, and Paul Wolfowitz, among others. He examines the challenge of Samuel Huntington's supposition that the clash of civilizations defines present and future world conflict. And he rejects the notion of The New York Times's Thomas L. Friedman that America is not only the world's role model for globally integrated free-market capitalism, but that it has a responsibility to foster, support, and sustain globalization worldwide. From the first president Bush to Clinton to the second Bush presidency, the United States has compromised its global leadership, endangered its security, and failed to meet the standard of justified intervention, Merry suggests. The country must reset its global strategies to protect its interests and the West's, to maintain stability in strategic areas, and to fight radical threats, with arms if necessary. For anything less than these necessities, American blood should remain in American veins. About the Author Robert Merry is the editor of The National Interest. He has been a Washington correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and the executive editor of the Congressional Quarterly. He has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, The National Review, The American Spectator, and The National Interest. He has appeared on Meet the Press, Face the Nation, Newsmakers, and many other programs. The author of McKinley, he lives in McLean, Virginia.

Dapatkan Ini

icon

Perjumpaan

icon

RapidKL SS15 (KJ29) LRT Station

Online Pay (Bank Transfer) > Secure > Reserve > Collect/ Mail. Collect only at Subang Jaya SS15 Courtyard or Subang SS15 LRT Station

icon

Pos & Penghantaran

Mailing cost or postage charge not included in book price。Add RM6 for Pos Malaysia registered-parcel mailing service. Books/Magazines sold are not returnable or exchangable or refundable.

Temui Penjual

trustedplatform
trustedplatform
isFacebookVerifiedisEmailVerified
  • positiveReviewsCount464
  • neutralReviewsCount0
  • negativeReviewsCount0

ANDA MUNGKIN JUGA SUKA