The Arab Revolutions and American Policy (häftad)
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Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies,U.S.
Nye, Joseph S. (foreword)/Scowcroft, Brent (foreword)/Nye, Joseph S. (foreword)/Scowcroft, Brent (foreword)
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234 x 171 x 19 mm
362 g
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The Arab Revolutions and American Policy

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This volume evaluates the various drivers and outcomes of the Arab revolutions, all of which continue to bear an ever-greater influence on the formulation of American strategy in the Middle East. The authors examine the critical period of transition in Egypt, escalating violence and options of intervention in Syria, and the threats associated with a nuclear Iran. They also analyze U.S. efforts in balancing an effective strategy of immediate economic assistance and long-term investment in the region, reviewing the Obama administration's successes and failures during the overall process of Arab democratization.
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Nicholas Burns is director of the Aspen Strategy Group and Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, USA. He is a former U.S. under secretary of state for political affairs (2005-08), ambassador to NATO (2001-05), and ambassador to Greece (1997-2001). Jonathon Price is the deputy director of the Aspen Strategy Group. Joseph S. Nye is University Distinguished Service Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School, a former assistant secretary for defense for international security affairs, and former chair of the National Intelligence Council. Brent Scowcroft, president of the Scowcroft Group, served as national security adviser to Presidents Ford and George H.W. Bush.


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