The Joint Ventured Nation

Why America Needs a New Foreign Policy
Product Number: EB00743200
Released: Nov 19, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781510712232
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
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Description

"Lucid and original analysis" of globalization and the United State's role in a new world order. "Scholarly, yet witty and concise" (Dr. Irene Finel-Honigman, adjunct professor of international and public affairs, Columbia University). Among the many drastic changes in the world over the last thirty years, the most important one-and the key to America's future-is globalization. In The Joint Ventured Nation, author Edward Goldberg argues that American foreign policy is too focused on a world that no longer exists, one in which political power is measured by military strength or fervent ideology. He details how our fate is now intertwined with our economic partners, and looks at how we should deal with states such as Russia and the various Middle Eastern nations that refuse to join the globalized world. Most importantly, he shows how America can remain first among equals in a joint ventured world. "This book is a must read for anyone interested in 21st-century U.S. foreign policy, the emergent global economy, and the political challenges we face both at home and abroad." -William M. LeoGrande, Professor of Government and former Dean of the American University School of Public Affairs "I found the historical context from which Edward Goldberg developed his argument for joint ventures among nations and economies in a post-Westphalian world to be fascinating and compelling." -Wayne Porter, CAPT, USN (ret.) and co-author of A National Strategic Narrative "Solid discussions of the changing nature of sovereignty, the power of the Federal Reserve, and the shifting geopolitical views of nations over the past decades . . . Some provocative ideas for policymakers." -Kirkus Reviews "Pragmatic and nonpartisan in scope." -Library Journal

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Author(s): Edward Goldberg
Original Publish Date: Oct 18, 2016

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