CHINA'S GREAT LEAP OUTWARD
Hard and Soft Dimensions of a Rising Power

ANDREW SCOBELL AND MARYLENA MANTAS, EDITORS

2014 · 200 pages

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Presents case studies of China’s twenty-first century efforts to leverage hard and soft power in its foreign policy. Explores China’s economic and military policy in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as core principles that guide China’s influence in Latin America and Africa.

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NINE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS, 1980–2012
Dealignments, Brittle Mandates, and Partisan Polarization

DEMETRIOS JAMES CARALEY, EDITOR

2013 · 276 pages

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This publication is a PSQ eBook. Written by America’s leading scholars of U.S. presidential elections, each essay is a major reference for the election it covers. The collection includes an overview by the editor analyzing voting trends from 1980 to 2012.

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Religion, Democracy, and Politics in the Middle East
DANIEL BYMAN AND MARYLENA MANTAS, EDITORS

2012 · 250 pages

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Discusses religion, democracy, and politics in the Middle East in the early 21st century and highlights dilemmas and challenges for the future of the region.
 

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The Future of U.S. Foreign Policy
ROBERT JERVIS AND LOREN MORALES KANDO, EDITORS

2008 · 224 pages

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This publication discusses major challenges in American foreign relations.  The book examines the development of U.S. strategy, reactions to U.S. military and geopolitical power, and the protection of human rights and civil liberties.

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TERRORIST ATTACKS AND NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION
Strategies for Overlapping Dangers

DEMETRIOS JAMES CARALEY AND LOREN MORALES KANDO, EDITORS

2007 · 296 pages

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Notable experts, including Walter LaFeber, Robert Jervis, Jerome Slater, and Daniel Byman, examine strategies to combat terrorism and counter nuclear proliferation threats, the book discusses related moral, ethical, and constitutional issues.

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The Meaning of American Democracy
ROBERT Y. SHAPIRO, EDITOR

July 25, 2005 · 257 pages

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This collection of essays examines recent events that have raised questions about the meaning of democracy, including the elections of 2000 and 2004, the terrorist attacks on September 11, and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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AMERICAN HEGEMONY
Preventive War, Iraq, and Imposing Democracy

DEMETRIOS JAMES CARALEY, EDITOR

May 2004 · 206 pages

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Essays examine the future of American power, perspectives on preventive war, and implications for democracy.  Contributing scholars discuss complex questions about Washington's plans for the reconstruction, stabilization, and democratization.

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September 11, Terrorist Attacks, and U.S. Foreign Policy
DEMETRIOS JAMES CARALEY, EDITOR

August 2002 · 200 pages

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A distinguished group of authors, including Walter LaFeber, Richard K. Betts, Ruth Wedgwood, and Robert Jervis, look into important policy considerations that confront a democratic state when trying to combat terrorism, and explain the causes and consequences of the terrorist attacks on September 11.

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THE PRESIDENT'S WAR POWERS
From the Federalists to Reagan

DEMETRIOS JAMES CARALEY, EDITOR

1984 · 216 pages

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Articles examine the ongoing debates over the wisdom of using American military force to pursue foreign policy objectives by assessing episodes of intense disagreements over the President’s use of military force and other claimed prerogatives.

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National Security and Nuclear Strategy
ROBERT H. CONNERY AND DEMETRIOS JAMES CARALEY, EDITORS

1984 · 204 pages

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With a historical perspective, the essays in this book have a special importance at this time of intense concern about issues of national security. 

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