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U.S. intervention policy in the post-cold war world

Frances Scott

U.S. intervention policy in the post-cold war world

by Frances Scott

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Published by U.S. Air Force Academy Library in [Colorado Springs, Colo.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cold War -- Bibliography,
  • Intervention (International law) -- Bibliography,
  • World politics -- 1945-1989 -- Bibliography,
  • World politics -- 1989- -- Bibliography,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUS intervention policy in the post-cold war world
    Statement[compiled and edited by Frances Scott]
    GenreBibliography
    SeriesSpecial bibliography series -- no. 88
    ContributionsUnited States Air Force Academy. Library
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14960045M

      The president’s much lauded June 4, , address to a massive crowd at Cairo University, for example, held out the promise for a “new beginning” in U.S. relations with the Muslim world. Humanitarian intervention has been defined as a state's use of military force against another state, with publicly stating its goal is to end human rights violations in that state." This definition may be too narrow as it precludes non-military forms of intervention such as humanitarian aid and international this broader understanding, "Humanitarian intervention should be.

      In the book’s final pages, Bacevich argues for seeing Trump’s election as an opportunity to shake off the moral and ideological drift of the post–Cold War era, unite as a people, and find.   The Democratic foreign policy reckoning. J arguably one of the most reckless and ill-conceived policies of the post-Cold War era. The eastward expansion of .

    Intervention: The Use of American Military Force in the Post-Cold War World by Richard N. Haass avg rating — 12 ratings — published — 3 editions. humanitarian intervention as a legal right to protect human rights by punishing acts of genocide and by interpreting intervention as “a spectrum of possible actions ranging from diplomatic protest to military invasion, even occupation” 3. Given this backdrop, this paper argues that the nature of the post-Cold War world,File Size: KB.


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U.S. intervention policy in the post-cold war world. [Colorado Springs, Colo.]: U.S. Air Force Academy Library, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource alternateName\/a> \" US intervention policy in the post-cold war world.

During the post--World War II era, American foreign policy prominently featured direct U.S. military intervention in the Third World. Yet the cold war placed restraints on where and how Washington Reviews: 1. A singular development of the post Cold-War era is the use of military force to protect human beings.

From Rwanda to Kosovo, Sierra Leone to East Timor, soldiers have rescued civilians in some of the world's most notorious war zones/5(4). During the post-World War II era, American foreign policy prominently featured direct U.S.

military intervention in the Third World. Yet the cold war placed restraints on where and how Washington could intervene until the collapse of the former Soviet Union removed many of the barriers to--and ideological justifications for--American intervention.

Rejecting any compromise with an enemy it had defined as evil, the U.S. helped its local allies pursue a campaign of total annihilation against the Taliban and its supporters. Years later. Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has intervened militarily in a number of civil conflicts.

This book examines four US-sponsored interventions (Panama, Somalia, Haiti. In her modest and useful book, Von Hippel summarizes recent U.S. efforts to use military intervention to rebuild nations.

Of the case studies on Panama, Somalia, Haiti, and Bosnia, she finds qualified successes everywhere but Somalia -- which she judges a resounding failure -- and tries to. U.S. MILITARY INTERVENTION IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA INTRODUCTION The primary focus of this study is to explain presidential decision making, specifically whether to intervene militarily or not in a given circumstance in the Post-Cold War era.

First, we define military intervention as the deployment of troops and weaponry in active militaryAuthor: Dennis N Ricci. The U.S. became rather isolationist following World War I, the end of which created only an uneven peace and seemed to foster as many problems as it solved.

Nonetheless, the league represented the high point of intrawar idealism, built on a belief that nations could talk instead of shoot, and that diplomacy would solve more problems than would.

American Intervention in Foreign Affairs in the Cold War Era. The Cold War Era was a period of political conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States from to During the post–World War II era, American foreign policy prominently featured direct U.S.

military intervention in the Third World. Yet the cold war placed restraints on where and how Washington could intervene until the collapse of the former Soviet Union removed many of the barriers to—and ideological justifications for—American : Glenn J.

Antizzo. More on: Humanitarian Intervention. Wars and Conflict. International Organizations. Questions of when, where, and how the United States should use military force abroad dominated foreign policy.

Intervention: the use of American military force in the post-Cold War world. [Richard Haass] -- Contrary to the expectations of some and the hopes of many, the demise of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War did not bring about an era of peace and stability.

U.S. intervention policy for the post-Cold War world: new challenges and new responses. [Arnold Kanter; Linton F Brooks; American Assembly.;] -- "With the end of the Cold War, the United States faces the challenge of new and more complicated military interventions in the world.

The end of the Cold War has made the world more disorderly and so has multiplied the opportunities for American military intervention abroad. The end of the global rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union has also, however, reduced what the American public is willing to pay, in lives and treasure, to support such interventions.

World Policy Journal 15 (summer ): 8– Litwak, Robert. Rogue States and U.S. Foreign Policy: Containment After the Cold War. Baltimore, Mandelbaum, Michael. "Foreign Policy as Social Work." Foreign Affairs 75 (January–February ): 16– A highly critical article about the Clinton administration's humanitarian interventions.

Bremmer is a well-known political scientist and author who writes often about geopolitical issues. His new book comes at an important juncture in American history. At some point, America’s leadership will need to select a workable foreign policy for the post-Cold War world, which involves determining what America will do about the superpower.

A “candid, courageous, and unsparing memoir” (The New York Review of Books) of post–Cold War politics and global statecraftWritten with eloquence and unprecedented candor, Interventions is the story of Kofi Annan’s remarkable time at the center of the world stage.

After forty years of service at the United Nations, Annan—who received the Nobel Peace Prize in —shares his unique Cited by:   From a Bancroft Prize-winning scholar, a new global history of the Cold War and its ongoing impact around the world We tend to think of the Cold War as a bounded conflict: a clash of two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, born out of the ashes of World War II and coming to a dramatic end with the collapse of the Soviet Union.

But in this major new work, Ba/5. The proceedings of the thirty-seventh Air Force Academy Assembly, February US intervention policy in the post-cold war world.

Beyond the policy implications this work is also rich in theoretical development about issues of conflict and conflict management. This book will appeal to students of international conflict, civil war, ethnic conflict, and those who are concerned with developing policy in the post-cold war world to deal with intrastate conflict.the only great power, or a hegemon.

This paper deals with the role of the US in the post-Cold War world and their position from the standpoint of relevant indicators and theoretical considerations.

In the first continent, the work refers to the way which led US from isolationism to world Size: KB.US intervention led to the Vietnam War. Rio Pact () An example of containment used in Latin America, the Rio Pact provided that "an armed attack by any State shall be considered as an attack against all the American States and, consequently, each one of the said Contracting Parties undertakes to assist in meeting the attack.".