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_b.F47 2005
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100 _aFerguson, Niall
245 0 _aColossus :
_bthe price of America's empire /
_cNiall Ferguson.
264 1 _aNew York :
_bPenguin Press,
300 _a384 p. :
_bill. ;
_c25 cm.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references: (p. [343]-364) and index.
505 _aPt. I. Rise -- 1. The limits of the American empire -- 2. The imperialism of anti-imperialism -- 3. The civilization of clashes -- 4. Splendid multilateralism -- Pt. II. Fall? -- 5. The case for liberal empire -- 6. Going home or organizing hypocrisy -- 7. "Impire" : Europe between Brussels and Byzantium -- 8. The closing door -- Conclusion: looking homeward.
520 8 _a"In Colossus, Niall Ferguson ranges across the entire history of America's foreign entanglements, examining all the different dimensions - military, economic, cultural and political - of American power and fusing them into a single coherent vision. Along the way, he confronts the challenges America faces from its principal rivals for hegemony, the European Union and China. Perhaps most important, he offers a compelling and original analysis of the profound interconnection between this country's domestic economic health and its foreign affairs - the bottom line of imperialism, American style." "At once a work of history and contemporary political economy, Niall Ferguson's Colossus is by any measure a major achievement - a peerless reckoning with American power that will need to be read by any thinking citizen of this unspoken empire."--BOOK JACKET.
520 _a"Is America an empire? Few Americans would say so. Yet never before in the history of the world has one nation been so far ahead of all others in its military, economic, cultural and political power. In warfare the United States is close to "full spectrum dominance" all over the globe. Its free market model has left the alternatives for dead. Its popular culture, too, has a universal appeal. And its foreign policy now explicitly aims at changing other peoples' regimes and rebuilding their nations. If this isn't an empire, what is it?".
650 _aImperialism
651 _aUnited States
_xForeign relations
651 _aAmerika Birleşik Devletleri
_xDış ilişkiler
651 _aUnited States
_xForeign relations
_y20th century
651 _aAmerika Birleşik Devletleri
_xDış ilişkiler
651 _aAmerika Birleşik Devletleri
_xDış ilişkiler
_y20. yüzyıl
651 _aUnited States
_xForeign relations
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