American Exceptionalism And Us Foreign Policy: Public Diplomacy at the End of the Cold War by S. Mcevoy-levyAmerican Exceptionalism And Us Foreign Policy: Public Diplomacy at the End of the Cold War by S. Mcevoy-levy

American Exceptionalism And Us Foreign Policy: Public Diplomacy at the End of the Cold War

byS. Mcevoy-levy

Hardcover | April 6, 2001

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The book examines a critical time and place in recent world history (the end of the Cold War) and the strategies and values employed in the public diplomacy of the Bush and Clinton Administrations to build domestic and international consensus. It provides insight into the uses of Presidential power and provides a model and an illustration of how the role of rhetoric may be used to study the foreign policy of the United States.
SIOBHAN MCEVOY-LEVY is Visiting Assistant Professor at Butler University and Visiting Research Fellow at the Joan B.Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
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Title:American Exceptionalism And Us Foreign Policy: Public Diplomacy at the End of the Cold WarFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:April 6, 2001Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0333800516

ISBN - 13:9780333800515

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction: What is Public Diplomacy? (R)evolution of an Idea Rhetoric of Reconstruction Containment, Union, and Exceptionalism Crisis, Community, and the Persian Gulf The Soviet Crisis and US Public Diplomacy, April 1991 to November 1992 The Clinton Reconstruction of 1993: Domestic Renewal and the Global Economy Conclusion: American Exceptionalism and US Foreign Policy Bibliography Index

Editorial Reviews

"...covering the regime of George Bush Senior and Bill Clinton's first term...a timely reflection..."--David B. MacDonald, Millennium

McEvoy-Levy does a good job of describing the significance of political rhetoric and identifying major rhetorical themes...
-American Political Science Review