The New World Order: enduring currents in American foreign policy.
Blount, James Robert.
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The primary focus of this thesis is an attempt to show that President Bush's New World Order reflects enduring currents of U.S. foreign policy. this assessment is undertaken through delineating, examining and evaluating three major "schools" of thought which have influenced American foreign policy. The three "schools" are isolationism, realism, and idealism. The assessment of those schools of thought is based on an examination of critical writings of leading architects, practitioners and specialists of American foreign policy. The thesis seeks to suggest that these schools are constantly interacting in American politics, and constantly seeking to capture the dynamic of American foreign policy. Thus the major objective of the thesis is to delineate these schools, indicating their impact on particular American policies and relating them to the evolution of American thought to date as expressed in the ideals of the New World Order.
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