Is American Foreign Policy Exceptional? An Empirical Analysis
Joseph Lepgold and Timothy McKeown examine the common view that American foreign policy is exceptionally moralistic, mistrustful of entangling commitments, and judgmental about others' domestic affairs. They show empirically that claims of highly unusual U.S. behavior have been exaggerated and suggest a way to reframe the exceptionalist debate.
Another American Century? The United States and the World after 2000, Nicholas Guyatt Reviewed by Joseph Lepgold
Bargaining and Learning in Recurring Crises: The Soviet-American, Egyptian-Israeli, and Indo-Pakistani Rivalries, Russell J. Leng Reviewed by Joseph Lepgold
Theories of International Regimes, Andreas Hasenclever, Peter Mayer and Volker Rittberger Reviewed by Joseph Lepgold
Reversing Course: Carter's Foreign Policy, Domestic Politics, and the Failure of Reform, David Skidmore Reviewed by Joseph Lepgoldmore by this author
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