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  • ISBN 0813344468
  • ISBN13 978-0813344461
  • Language English
  • Author Ilan Peleg
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (February 12, 2009)
  • Pages 224
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  • Subcategory Humanities
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This volume incisively analyzes the foreign policy of George W. Bush. Examining the legacy of the forty-third President, author Ilan Peleg explains the complex factors underlying the Bush Doctrine: neoconservative ideology, real and perceived challenges to US world supremacy, Bush's personality, the White House's unique decision-making process, and the impact of September 11. Peleg argues that in its shift from deterrence and containment to prevention and preemption, from multilateral leadership to unilateral militarism, and from consensual realism to radical neoconservatism, the Bush administration has effected a true revolution in the foundational goals, as well as in the means, of US foreign policy. Peleg also offers a series of judicious recommendations for future administrations, including the reestablishment of a bipartisan consensus on foreign policy, increased emphasis on multilateralism, the demilitarization of US foreign policy, renewed focus on the resolution of serious regional conflicts, and more realistic expectations about noncoerced democratization around the world.

Approaching Bush's foreign policy through the frame of the buildup to and aftermath of the Iraq War, Peleg draws . Ilan Peleg is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Government and Law at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Approaching Bush's foreign policy through the frame of the buildup to and aftermath of the Iraq War, Peleg draws on secondary sources to condemn Bush personally and explicitly for many of the failures of his administration, arguing the president lacked basic knowledge of and interest in foreign affairs, and labeling him arrogant and inflexible.

Peleg holds Bush’s personality and his adoption of neoconservative ideology responsible for what are widely held to be major . This book is one of many that examine the policies and legacies of the Bush presidency. foreign policy ly the war on Iraq. To Peleg, the United States must remain globally hegemonic, by which he means it ought to try consensually, sensitively, and multilaterally to recapture the levels of popularity, legitimacy, and effectiveness it enjoyed during the 1990s and even the Cold War. Well structured and organized, this book is ideally suited to students’ use-indeed, I can see myself recommending the book to my upper-level students

This volume incisively analyzes the foreign policy of George W. Bush.

This volume incisively analyzes the foreign policy of George W. Examining the legacy of the forty-third President, author Ilan Peleg explains the complex factors underlying the Bush Doctrine: neoconservative ideology, real and perceived challenges to US world supremacy, Bush's personality, the White House's unique decision-making process, and the impact of September This volume incisively analyzes the foreign policy of George W. Bush

This volume incisively analyzes the foreign policy of George W. Examining the legacy of the forty-third President, author Ilan Peleg explains the complex factors underlying the Bush Doctrine: neoconservative ideology, real and perceived challenges to US world supremacy, Bush?s personality, the White House?s unique decision-making process, and the impact of September 11.

Moving beyond Neoconservatism (2009); Peter Baker, Days of Fire .

The role of the neoconservatives is examined in James Mann, Rise of the Vulcans: The History of Bush’s War Cabinet (2004)

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Examining the legacy of the forty-third President, author Ilan Peleg.

The Legacy of George W. Bush's Foreign Policy: Moving beyond Neoconservatism by Ilan Peleg. PDF reader, 9,5 MB Overview: This volume incisively analyzes theforeign policy of George W. Examining the legacy of the forty-third President, author Ilan Peleg explains the complex factors underlying the Bush Doctrine: neoconservative ideology, real and perceived challenges to US world supremacy, Bush's personality, the White House's unique decision-making process, and the impact of September 11.

George W. Bush's Presidency is often asserted as a Neo-Conservative on. Bush's Presidency is often asserted as a Neo-Conservative one. If this was the case, however, fundamentally different policy objectives would have been pursued. It will then move on to the issue of discussing how influential neo-conservatism was as a set of ideas and a movement in the foreign policy of George W. This paper agrees with the majority of the academic literature in the debate around influence, that neo-conservatism did not drive foreign policy and arguing otherwise remains unconvincing.