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Foreign Policy at the Periphery: The Shifting Margins of US International Relations Since World War II

edited by Bevan Sewell and Maria Ryan
Format
Book
Published
Lexington, Kentucky : University Press of Kentucky, [2017]
Language
English
Series
Studies in Conflict, Diplomacy, and Peace
ISBN
9780813168470, 0813168473, 9780813168487, 9780813168494
Contents
  • Introduction / Bevan Sewell and Maria Ryan
  • Part 1. Themes
  • How the periphery became the center: the Cold War, the third world, and the transformation in US strategic thinking / Robert J. McMahon
  • Peripheral vision: US modernization efforts and the periphery / David Ekbladh
  • Narratives of core and periphery: the Cold War and after / Andrew J. Rotter
  • US government responses to anti-Americanism at the periphery / Alan McPherson
  • Peripheral places/global war / Simon Dalby
  • Part 2. Case studies
  • Whistling in the dark: US efforts to navigate UN policy toward decolonization, 1945-1963 / Mary Ann Heiss
  • One world? rethinking america's margins, 1935-1945 / Ryan Irwin
  • Accidental diplomats: the influence of American evangelical missionaries on US relations with the Congo during the early Cold War period, 1959-1963 / Philip Dow
  • Structuring the economy on the periphery: the United States, the 1958 Argentine stabilization agreement, and the evolution of global capitalism / Dustin Walcher
  • Dialogue or détente: Henry Kissinger, Latin America, and the prospects for a new inter-American understanding, 1973-1977 / Tanya Harmer
  • Uncertainty rising: oil money and international terrorism in the 1970s / Christopher R.W. Dietrich
  • The peripheral center: Nicaragua in US policy and the US imagination at the end of the Cold War / David Ryan
  • Enlargement and its discontents: core and periphery in Clinton-era foreign policy / Hal Brands
  • The war on terror and the new periphery / Maria Ryan.
Description
vi, 384 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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