War on terror in comparative perspective US security and foreign policy after 9/11
Contributor(s): Miller, Mark J | Stefanova, Boyka.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Palgrave Macmillan 2007Description: x,259p. ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780230007291.Subject(s): National security -- United States | War on Terrorism, 2001-2009 | United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-2009 | United States -- Military policyGenre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung.DDC classification: 973.931
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-253) and index.
US foreign policy after 9/11 : context and prospect / James K. Oliver -- Uneasy co-existence : globalization and the US national security state / Robert G. Patman -- US foreign policy and radical Islam / Bahram M. Rajaee -- Radical Islam, terrorism and the impact of September 11 on the Muslim community / Ahmad Ghazali -- Disquiet on the Western front : sleeper cells, transatlantic rift and the war in Iraq / Mark J. Miller -- Africa and the war on terror : from kalashnikovs to Qurans to cooperation / Jo-Ansie K. van Wyk -- US security policy and South America after September 11 : a Brazilian perspective / Alexandre Ratner Rochman -- The United States and Southwest Asia after 9/11 : trends and flashpoints / Bahram Rajaee -- The Palestinian-Israeli conflict : a case study of US foreign policy after 9/11 / Mohammad Yaghi -- Between Atlanticism, anti-Americanism and Europeanization : dilemmas in Czech foreign policy and the war on terrorism / Šárka Waisová -- US-Spain security relations after 9/11 / Inmaculada C. Marrero Rocha -- Japan's response to the US war on terrorism : external pressure or national interests? / Siriporn Wajjwalku -- In lieu of an epilogue : whither international cooperation? / Boyka Stefanova.
An analysis of the international and domestic political impact of the global war on terrorism through the prism of US security relations in the wake of September 11, 2001. This book redresses the balance between change and continuity in the international system brought about by the war on terror.