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Tod Lindberg

Full Name: Tod Lindberg
Number of Works: 8
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ISBN: 0060898631, 9780060898632
Keywords: jesus, teachings, political
Pages: 288
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 60%
ISBN: 0415950503, 9780415950503
Keywords: troubled, partnership, future, america, power, europe, paradise
Pages: 256
Published: 2004

"Americans are from Mars and Europeans are from Venus," wrote foreign policy guru Robert Kagan famously in his book Of Paradise and Power, which became an instant New York Times bestseller last year. Taking Kagan one step further, prominent foreign policy specialists - such as Walter Russell Mead, Timothy Garton Ash, and Francis Fukuyama - here provide multiple perspectives on the state of the transatlantic relationship after the war.
ISBN: 0815703252, 9780815703259
Keywords: court, criminal, international, interest, means
Pages: 178
Published: 2009
  • Rating: 60%

The International Criminal Court has been a political third rail in the United States. Long opposed by senior military leadership, it was signed onto only with grave reservations by the Clinton administration, and ceremoniously unsigned by the Bush administration. But recent developments in Washington, New York, and the Hague suggest that a policy of formal U.S. government opposition to the Court may yield to a policy of de facto acceptance and active U.S. cooperation with the Court in its important mission. The time is at hand for a major reassessment of the relationship between the United St
ISBN: 0415962269, 9780415962261
Keywords: stanley, foundation, project, divide, foreign, policy, bridging
Pages: 202
Published: 2007

Bridging the Foreign Policy Divide brings together twenty leading foreign policy and national security specialists—some of the leading thinkers of their generation—to seek common ground on ten key, controversial areas of policy. In each chapter conservative and liberal experts jointly outline their points of agreement on many of the most pressing issues in U.S. foreign policy, pointing the way toward a more constructive debate.In doing so, the authors move past philosophical differences and identify effective approaches to the major national security challenges confronting the Unit
ISBN: 0815721706, 9780815721703
Keywords: court, criminal, international, interest, means
Pages: 178
Published: 2011

The International Criminal Court has been a political third rail in the United States. Long opposed by senior military leadership, it was signed onto only with grave reservations by the Clinton administration, and ceremoniously unsigned by the Bush administration. But recent developments in Washington, New York, and the Hague suggest that a policy of formal U.S. government opposition to the Court may yield to a policy of de facto acceptance and active U.S. cooperation with the Court in its important mission.The time is at hand for a major reassessment of the relationship between the United Sta