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Chaos and Violence : What Globalization, Failed States, and Terrorism Mean for U.S. Foreign Policy, Hardback Book

Chaos and Violence : What Globalization, Failed States, and Terrorism Mean for U.S. Foreign Policy Hardback

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Renowned for his compassionate and balanced thinking on international affairs, Stanley Hoffmann reflects here on the proper place of the United States in a world it has defined almost exclusively by 9/11, the war on terrorism, and the invasion of Iraq.

A true global citizen, Hoffmann offers an analysis that is uniquely informed by his place as a public intellectual with one foot in Europe, the other in America.

In this brilliant collection of essays, many previously unpublished, he considers the ethics of intervention, the morality of human rights, how to repair our relationship with Europe, and the pitfalls of American unilateralism.

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