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American Diplomacy Links--January/February 2017.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 1/31/2017, p40-43, 4p

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Abstract: The author describes the American diplomatic links with the world and the challenges facing U.S. president Donald Trump. Topics include the loss of confidence among the allies; assertiveness of competing great powers; the dissolution of entire states; ...

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Containment, Again: A Long-Term Perspective on Recent Russian Claims.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 4/15/2015, p1-5, 4p

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Abstract: The article discusses the accusation of containment against the West by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Topics include the reasons behind Putin's claim, the reactions of Russians, and the country's relations with the U.S. Also mentioned is informatio...

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American Diplomacy--March April 2017.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 3/31/2017, p26-28, 3p

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Abstract: The article reviews several articles relevant to American diplomacy as of March April 2017 including "The Twilight of the Liberal World Order" by Robert Kagan, "Out with Globalization, In with Tillerson," by James Jay Carafano, and "How To Build an Ari...

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La Izquierda y la Derecha en America Latina.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 4/28/2009, p1-9, 9p

Abstract: The article presents a classification of the South American countries according to their political ideologies. Its starts with the observation that these countries should not be labeled as "left" or "right", but rather as ones that have democracy, priv...

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Chas Freeman and the Perils of Articulate Partisanship.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 3/17/2009, p1-6, 6p

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Abstract: The author comments on the article "How To Deal With Iran," by William Luers, Thomas R. Pickering, and Jim Walsh. He discusses Luers and Pickering's suggestion of launching a policy initiative after the Iranian presidential elections on June 12, 2009. ...

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Did Stalemate Equal Victory? From the Korean to the Vietnam Wars.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 11/16/2011, p1-20, 20p

Abstract: The article examines the international relations imposed in the U.S. that resulted in victory during the Korean conflict and defeat in the Vietnam War. The author relates that the exaggeration of the U.S. containment policy by means of domino theory ap...

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THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT: THE SEISMIC FAULT IN GEOPOLITICAL TECTONICS.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 5/24/2010, p1-7, 7p

Abstract: The article shares the author's views pertaining to the failure of the U.S. government to end the conflict between Israeli and Palestinian. It notes that the failure happened because Americans are stricken in their psyche by the treatment of the Jewish...

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The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: A League of Autocracies?

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 9/30/2008, p1-10, 10p

Abstract: The article offers information on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in China in 2008. It states that SCO is the sign and symbol of penchant of China for authoritarianism allied to its international and regional ambitions. The SCO is the most ...

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Canada 2008: Winter of (Mild) Discontent.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 3/25/2008, p1-4, 4p

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Abstract: The author reflects on the current political issues and the electoral process in Canada. He states that the three opposition parties have unified to defeat the Tories and force an election. He says that the Liberals are Canada natural governing party b...

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The Terrible Shadow of the First World War.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): American Diplomacy; 11/11/2008, p1-3, 3p

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Abstract: The article presents an insight about the enormous impact and enduring consequences of the first World War on Europe. It states that the physical carnage produced by the war, however, paled in comparison to the moral and political carnage that the war ...

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