ALIGNMENT, ALLIANCE & AMERICAN GRAND STRATEGY
|Publisher||University of Michigan|
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Even though the foreign policy of America was quite unpopular in the beginning of 2000s, there were many stated that did expand their cooperation with America in the field of security, and that particularly applied to the countries bordering China and Russian Federation.
The author of the present publication noted that the regional power accumulated in the hands of those two illiberal countries tend to threaten the surrounding states making them understand that the alignment with the United States could be the right choice. Such alignment would normally include direct involvement in the different operations led by the United States, participating in the joint military exercises, negotiation of the legal agreements implying settlement of the American military bases, and many others.
This publication will provide interested readers with the prominent and deep professional analysis of the politics related to the international relations, showing the limits of the liberal, constructivist and realist wisdom. Prepared by the recognized expert, the content of the book is very timely and perfectly researched, making this title one of the best available today on the subject matter.
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