America"s strategy in world politics

the United States and the balance of power by Nicholas John Spykman

Publisher: Archon books in Hamden (Conn.)

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Originally published, Harcoourt, Brace & World, 1942.

Statementmaps by Richard Edes Harrison.
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Open LibraryOL21186348M
ISBN 100208009027

Mackinder's work and modified it significantly through two fine books written during the early s: America’s Strategy in World Politics, and The Geography of the Peace. In particular, Spykman introduced the concept of the “Rimland,” a belt of nations stretching from France and Germany across the Middle East, to India, and finally to China. Nicholas Spykman, America's Strategy in World Politics () American national security policy in the 21 st century is conducted on the foundations of a global network of military bases and strategic alliances that first emerged during World War II and the early years of the Cold War. The American security network had many fathers, above all. This book brings together the essays of Robert Art, one of America's leading scholars of international relations and US foreign policy. The essays represent some of his most important and influential international relations and foreign policy pieces written since the end of the Cold War. Focused on the theme of American grand strategy, the essays cover such topics as: the use of force coercive. America's Strategy in World Politics: The United States and the Balance of Power, by Nicholas J. Spykman. The Geography of the Peace, by Nicholas J. Spykman. Europe: The Struggle for Supremacy, from to the Present, by Brendan Simms. Red Star over the Pacific: China's Rise and the Challenge to U.S. Maritime Strategy, edited by Thomas G. Mahnken.

  Read Robert Greene's three books: The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, and The 33 Strategies of War. He distills principles and then fleshes out the majority of each chapter with historical examples that help you to grasp the essence of the.   28 For related arguments, see Morgan, (fn. 2), 54 – 57; Salmon, Trevor, “ Rationality and Politics: The Case of Strategic Theory,” British Journal of International Studies, 11 (October ), – ; Mandel, Robert, “ Political Gaming and Foreign Policy Making during Crises,” World Politics, XXIX (July ), –25; Thies Cited by:   A second factor that should inform the vision for U.S. foreign policy is the constancy of American public support for international engagement. If there is a theme in American grand strategy that has persisted for the past 70 years, it is that taking a leading role in the world is generally to the benefit of U.S. interests.

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