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After Vietnam, the future of American foreign policy. Edited by Robert W. Gregg and Charles W. Kegley, Jr.

By: Gregg, Robert W [comp.].
Contributor(s): Kegley, Charles W [joint comp.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Books, 1971Description: ix, 343 p. 18 cm.Subject(s): United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989Additional physical formats: Online version:: After Vietnam.DDC classification: 327.73 Other classification: 89.94 Also issued online.
Contents:
Robert W. Gregg & Charles W. Kegley, Jr. -- Folklore of power politics and American foreign policy in the 1970's / William D. Coplin -- Security of empire / Richard J. Barnet -- Limits to intervention / Graham T. Allison, Ernest R. May & Adam Yarmolinsky -- Third-World averaging strategy / Max Singer & Aaron Wildavsky -- Vietnam, Western Europe, Latin America : where do our vital interests lie? / Leslie M. Lipson -- Future directions for United States policy toward the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe / Marshall D. Shulman -- NATO in the international system of the 1970's / Morton A. Kaplan -- Toward a reappraisal of United States foreign policy in Latin America after Vietnam / Martin C. Needler -- United States policy in South Asia after Vietnam / Richard L. Park -- American foreign policy in Africa after Vietnam / Immanuel Wallerstin -- American foreign policy in the Middle East : toward the future / John S. Badeau -- Suez is the front to watch / George W. Ball -- United Nations, the United States, and the maintenance of peace / Inis L. Claude Jr. United States policy toward regional organization / Joseph S. Nye -- Third World and American politics / Michael Kent O'Leary -- American economy after Vietnam / Kenneth E. Boulding -- What we should learn from Vietnam / Richard A. Falk.
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Includes 6 papers from a symposium held Feb., 1970 at the Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University.

Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction to future directions in American foreign policy / Robert W. Gregg & Charles W. Kegley, Jr. -- Folklore of power politics and American foreign policy in the 1970's / William D. Coplin -- Security of empire / Richard J. Barnet -- Limits to intervention / Graham T. Allison, Ernest R. May & Adam Yarmolinsky -- Third-World averaging strategy / Max Singer & Aaron Wildavsky -- Vietnam, Western Europe, Latin America : where do our vital interests lie? / Leslie M. Lipson -- Future directions for United States policy toward the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe / Marshall D. Shulman -- NATO in the international system of the 1970's / Morton A. Kaplan -- Toward a reappraisal of United States foreign policy in Latin America after Vietnam / Martin C. Needler -- United States policy in South Asia after Vietnam / Richard L. Park -- American foreign policy in Africa after Vietnam / Immanuel Wallerstin -- American foreign policy in the Middle East : toward the future / John S. Badeau -- Suez is the front to watch / George W. Ball -- United Nations, the United States, and the maintenance of peace / Inis L. Claude Jr. United States policy toward regional organization / Joseph S. Nye -- Third World and American politics / Michael Kent O'Leary -- American economy after Vietnam / Kenneth E. Boulding -- What we should learn from Vietnam / Richard A. Falk.

Also issued online.

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