Ethical Realism

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  • Ethical Realism

  • Auteur : Anatol Lieven,John Hulsman
  • Editeur : Vintage
  • Isbn Code : 0307495337
  • Genre : Political Science
  • Nombre de pages : 224
  • Date de publication : 2009-03-12
  • Évaluation des livres 4.5
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America today faces a world more complicated than ever before, but our politicians have failed to envision a foreign policy that addresses our greatest threats. Ethical Realism shows how the United States can successfully combine genuine morality with tough and practical common sense. By outlining core principles and a set of concrete proposals for tackling the terrorist threat and contend with Iran, Russia, the Middle East, and China, Anatol Lieven and John Hulsman show us how to strengthen our security, pursue our national interests, and restore American leadership in the world.

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