In The History of American Foreign Policy From 1895, distinguished scholar Jerald A. Combs offers a clear and concise narrative of American foreign policy since the Spanish-American War. Thoroughly revised and updated, this widely respected text gives special attention to the controversial issues and contrasting views that surround the major wars and other foreign policy the United States has made since 1895. This new edition brings the story of American foreign policy through to the present day, updating the historiographical essays by taking into account the most recent scholarship and providing additional material on the cultural and social background of the major issues of the past. Particular attention is focused on globalization and terrorism, and new sections describe and analyze the recent "e;democratic"e; movements in the Near East. Book jacket.
The History of American Foreign Policy From 1895
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