The War on Terror in Comparative Perspective: US Security and Foreign Policy after 9/11 by M. Miller

The War on Terror in Comparative Perspective: US Security and Foreign Policy after 9/11

EditorM. Miller

Hardcover | November 15, 2006

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This book offers a thoughtful analysis of the international and domestic political impact of the global war on terrorism through the prism of US security relations in the wake of September 11, 2001. While focused on regional and country-specific responses and consequences, the book redresses the balance between change and continuity in the international system brought about by the war on terror. The unusual meshing of wide-ranging views and perspectives represents the shared wisdom of an epistemic community emerging at the intersection of international relations, comparative politics and foreign policy analysis.

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MARK J. MILLER is the Emma Smith Morris Professor at the University of Delaware, USA, where he has taught since 1978. He has served as Editor of the International Migration Review. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Miller is the co-author of The Age of Migration, published by Palgrave Macmillan and now in its third edition. B...
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Title:The War on Terror in Comparative Perspective: US Security and Foreign Policy after 9/11Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:November 15, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230007295

ISBN - 13:9780230007291

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Introduction--M.J.Miller & B.Stefanova * PART 1: SOURCES OF US FOREIGN POLICY AND THE WAR ON TERROR * US Foreign Policy after 9/11: Content and Prospect--J.K.Oliver * Uneasy Co-existence: Globalization and the US National Security State in a 'New' Strategic Era--R.G.Patman * US Foreign Policy and Radical Islam--B.Rajaee * PART 2: THE WAR ON TERROR AND REGIONAL ORDERS: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE * Radical Islam, Terrorism and the Impact of September 11th on the Muslim Community--A.Ghazali * Disquiet on the Western Front: Sleeper Cells, Transatlantic Rift and the War in Iraq--M.J.Miller * Africa and the War on Terrorism--J-A.K.van Wyk * US Security Policy and South America after September 11th: A Brazilian Perspective--A.Ratner Rochman * The US and Southwest Asia after 9/11: Trends and Flashpoints--B.Rajaee * PART 3: THE WAR ON TERROR AND US BILATERAL RELATIONS: STRATEGIC AND SOCIETAL IMPLICATIONS * The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Case Study of US Foreign Policy after September 11th--M.Yaghi * Between Atlanticism and Europeanization: The Dilemma of US-Czech Relations--S.Waisová * Spanish-US Security Relations after September 11, 2001--I.C.Marrero Rocha * Japan's Response to the US War on Terrorism: External Pressure or National Interests?--S.Wajjwalku * The Global War on Terror and New Multilateralism: Whither International Cooperation?--B.Stefanova