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Organizing the world: the United States and regional cooperation in Asia and Europe

Author: Press-Barnathan, Galia Series: Studies in international relations Publisher: Routledge 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 298 p. ; 200 p.ISBN: 0415945887Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print JZ1305.33 .U7 P74 2003
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Organizing the World The United States and Regional Cooperation in Asia and Europe Contents PREFACE CHAPTER 1 vii The Puzzle of Choosing Cooperation Strategies CHAPTER 2 3 What Explains Strategy Choice? The Theoretical Framework CHAPTER 3 13 The Rise and Fall of the Pacific Pact--U.S. Policy toward Early Postwar Security Arrangements in Asia CHAPTER 4 39 From "United Action" to the Manila Pact--The Eisenhower Administration and Regional Security Arrangements in Southeast Asia CHAPTER 5 63 From NAT to EDC--U.S. Policy toward Regional Security in Europe: A Comparative Perspective 6 Reviving Postwar Japanese Trade--American Strategies during the Truman and Eisenhower Administrations CHAPTER CHAPTER 7 87 115 The Form of Foreign Aid to Asia--From Truman to Johnson 141 CHAPTER 8 U.S. Strategies for European Economic Recovery The Marshall Plan in a Comparative Perspective CHAPTER 9 169 Whither America's Regional Strategy? Conclusions and Implications for Post-Cold War U.S. Policy NOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX 197 213 263 287

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