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    (Dangerous Nation) [PDF] ☆ Robert Kagan In Dangerous Nation Washington Post columnist and former US state department employee Robert Kagan makes a case for a new way to interpret the history of US foreign relations Most scholars contend that America’s foreign policy up un

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    (Dangerous Nation) [PDF] ☆ Robert Kagan In recent scholarship on the history of American foreign policy it seems that the portrayal of America as a ruthless and aggressive imperial power is becoming as much a cliche as the traditional schoolhouse portrayal of American innocence and passivity Regardless the story of America as an expansionist power des

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    (Dangerous Nation) [PDF] ☆ Robert Kagan A revisionist history of the USA during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries mainly concerned with American self image and it's impact on foreign policy RK's thesis is that the US had an aggressively expansionary vision from the start and that this vision was mediated by the universalist doctrine encoded in its Declaration of Independence As soon as it overcame its initial insecurities the US set out to on

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Summary ¾ Dangerous Nation ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Robert Kagan Ï 6 Read & Download review æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Robert Kagan From the author of the immensely influential and best selling Of Paradise and Power a major reevaluation of America’s place in the world from the colonial era to the turn of the twentieth centuryRobert Kagan strips away the myth of America’s isolationist tradition and reveals a complicated reality that Americans have been increasing their global power and influence steadily for the past four centuries Even from the time of the Puritans he reveals America was no shining “city up on a hill” but an engine of commercial and territorial ex. A wonderful look at America s foreign policy from the earliest days of the colonies yes the colonies had a foreign policy to the outbreak of the Spanish American War Anyone who reads this book may have their views on American history completely altered The only drawback to this book is that I think he spends way to much time discussing the impact of slavery on American foreign policy While it certainly played a major role in the shaping of policy in Antebellum America the time and focus he spends on it tends to move him away from the foreign policy theme of his book Other than that I loved this book and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in pre 20th century American history

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Summary ¾ Dangerous Nation ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Robert Kagan Ï 6 Read & Download review æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Robert Kagan Tionalism he shows was always internationalist at its core He also makes a startling discovery that the Civil War and the abolition of slavery the fulfillment of the ideals of the Declaration were the decisive turning point in the history of American foreign policy as well Kagan's brilliant and comprehensive reexamination of early American foreign policy makes clear why America from its very beginning has been viewed worldwide not only as a wellspring of political cultural and social revolution but as an ambitious and at times dangerous natio. Who wants to read about early American history from a prominent neoconservative intellectual and foreign policy ideologue who cofounded with Wiliam Kristol the Project for the New American Century I think you do no really you do

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Summary ¾ Dangerous Nation ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Robert Kagan Ï 6 Read & Download review æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Robert Kagan Pansion that drove Native Americans as well as French Spanish Russian and ultimately even British power from the North American continent Even before the birth of the nation Americans believed they were destined for global leadership Underlying their ambitions Kagan argues was a set of ideas and ideals about the world and human nature He focuses on the Declaration of Independence as the document that firmly established the American conviction that the inalienable rights of all mankind transcended territorial borders and blood ties American na. In recent scholarship on the history of American foreign policy it seems that the portrayal of America as a ruthless and aggressive imperial power is becoming as much a cliche as the traditional schoolhouse portrayal of American innocence and passivity Regardless the story of America as an expansionist power deserves the attention it gets from the academic world and Robert Kagan s Dangerous Nation is a great contribution to that project Of particular intest to me was his chapter on the foreign policy of slavery as Kagan makes a number of interesting connections between the internal balance of power between the slaveholding and free states and the conduct of foreign policy The idea that the north and the south were essentially conducting separate foreign policies from the 1840s to the 1860s behaving much like rival powers despite living under the same constitution is uite an intriguing one For readers looking for similar imperial histories of the United States I recommend George Herring s From Colony to Superpower as well as my personal favorite book on the subject The Dominion of War by Fred Anderson and Andrew Cayton

  • Hardcover
  • 544
  • Dangerous Nation
  • Robert Kagan
  • English
  • 01 June 2018
  • 9780375411052