Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy In A World Transformed

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Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy In A World Transformed

Edited by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos
Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1990
294 pp. $14.95

This well-conceived volume begins with 12 short essay snapshots of regional and functional issues in a world in which the Cold War has ceased to be a way of life. It concludes with four longer, reflective essays by William H. McNeill (particularly good), Robert W. Tucker, Susan Strange and Stanley Hoffmann. The authors are too wise to advance definitive answers, but collectively they provide a stimulating introduction to the issue of where the United States goes from here.

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