By Daniel J. Sargent
In A Superpower Transformed, Daniel J. Sargent chronicles how policymakers throughout 3 administrations labored to regulate complicated overseas adjustments in a tumultuous period. Drawing on many newly-released archival files and interviews with key figures, together with President Jimmy Carter and Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Sargent explores the collision of geopolitics and globalization that outlined the last decade. From the Nixon administration's efforts to stabilize a faltering Pax Americana; to Henry Kissinger's makes an attempt to plot new thoughts to control or mitigate the results of monetary globalization after the oil problem of 1973-74; to the Carter administration's include of human rights promoting as a valuable job for international coverage, Sargent explores the demanding situations that bothered US policymakers within the Seventies, providing new insights into the complexities that emerged because the new forces of globalization and human rights reworked the us as a superpower.
A sweeping reinterpretation of a pivotal period, A Superpower Transformed is a must-read for someone drawn to U.S. international family members, American politics, globalization, monetary coverage, human rights, and modern American history.
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