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Rogue States & Nuclear Outlaws

Michael T. Klare

Rogue States & Nuclear Outlaws

America"s Search for a New Foreign Policy

by Michael T. Klare

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Published by Diane Books Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11100804M
    ISBN 100788153390
    ISBN 109780788153396

    , Rogue states and nuclear outlaws: America's search for a new foreign policy / Michael Klare Hill and Wang New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Also lacking was virtually any reference to Michael Klare’s seminal work Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws. Indeed, while well-footnoted, the book contains no bibliography. Indeed, while well-footnoted, the book contains no bibliography.

    outlaws. They thrived through much of human history to alter the behavior of rogue states, or, failing that, to As for our power to deter other nation-states from attacking us, our nuclear.   Here's What Makes Rogue Nuclear States Really Dangerous by Tom Nichols The North Koreans may have just executed their own defense minister for “disloyalty,” which in .

      Nuclear Weapons and Rogue States: Challenge and Response John R. Bolton, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Remarks to the Conference of the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis and the Fletcher School s International Security Studies Program Washington, DC December 2,   Part of the Norm Research in International Relations book series (NOREINRE) Abstract. The concept of the “rogue state” has been introduced into the political and scholarly debate to label—and delegitimize—norm-breaking behavior. Rogue states and nuclear outlaws: America’s Search for a new foreign policy. New York, NY: Hill and Author: Carmen Wunderlich.


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The book focuses on the first full-scale critical. In Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws, Michael Klare takes on the great post-Cold War dilemma: with the collapse of the Soviet Union, What should U.S. national security strategy be and what, more recently, has it become?, Read more. Product details Cited by: Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws.

Chapter One IN PURSUIT OF ENEMIES The Remaking of U. Military Strategy. IF THE COLD War had ended in combat, the fall Cited by: Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws. Chapter One IN PURSUIT OF ENEMIES The Remaking of U. Military Strategy. IF THE COLD War had ended in combat, the fall. Michael Klare discussed his book, "Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws: America's Search for a New Foreign Policy," published by Hill and Wang.

The book focuses on the first full-scale critical analysis of Pentagon strategy in the post-Cold War era and shows how the Pentagon's planners have created a new agenda that will justify Cold War levels of spending. This proposal for a radically different US defense posture will not soon Rogue States & Nuclear Outlaws book official Washington, but it nonetheless deserves to be heard.

Klare (Peace and World Security Studies/Hampshire College; American Arms Supermarket,etc.) is defense correspondent for the Nation and a well-known critic of the military establishment. Unsurprisingly, his book suffers a bit from the assumption. Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws: America's Search for a New Foreign Policy - Kindle edition by Klare, Michael T.

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by Michael Klare. Hill & Wang. $ Michael Klare is the Nation’s defense correspondent and one of the Left’s leading critics of U.S.

foreign and defense policies. During the ’s, he regularly castigated the Reagan administration for its military. Includes bibliographical references (p. []) and index. Rogue states and nuclear outlaws: America's search for a new foreign policyPages: Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws: America's Search for a New Foreign Policy Michael T.

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Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws. Chapter One. IN PURSUIT OF ENEMIES. The Remaking of U. Military Strategy IF THE COLD War had ended in combat, the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 8,would have been its Normandy—the day on which enemy defenses started to fragment and the ultimate triumph of the United States became : In Pursuit of Enemies The Remaking of U.S.

Military Strategy excerpted from the book Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws by Michael Klare If the Cold War had ended in combat, the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 8,would have been its Normandy-the day on which enemy defenses started to fragment and the ultimate triumph of the United States became inevitable.

The Soviet Union itself would. Rogue state or outlaw state is a term applied by some international theorists to states they consider threatening to the world's peace.

This means being seen to meet certain criteria, such as being ruled by authoritarian or totalitarian governments that severely restrict human rights, sponsoring terrorism and seeking to proliferate weapons of mass destruction.

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Be the first. The author, defense correspondent for The Nation, examines the post--Cold War strategic doctrine directed against "rogue states"--a doctrine requiring, in the Pentagon's view, the capacity to wage two Desert Storms at the same time.

Klare argues that the new doctrine exaggerates the threat posed by the outlaws and forecloses the possibility of shifting economic resources away from defense to. Get this from a library. Rogue states and nuclear outlaws: America's search for a new foreign policy.

[Michael T Klare] -- No sooner had the Soviet Union collapsed and the Cold War ended than the Pentagon declared a new threat, said to be every bit as menacing as the perceived enemies of the previous era: rising Third.

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