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Leading Rogue State

Leading Rogue State Author Judith R. Blau
ISBN-10 9781317256793
Release 2015-11-30
Pages 264
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Most Americans would be surprised to learn that their government has declined to join most other nations in UN treaties addressing inadequate housing, poverty, children's rights, health care, racial discrimination, and migrant workers. Yet this book documents how the U.S. has, for decades, declined to ratify widely accepted treaties on these and many other basic human rights. Providing the first comprehensive topical survey, the contributors build a case and specific agendas for the nation to change course and join the world community as a protector of human rights.



Rogue States

Rogue States Author Noam Chomsky
ISBN-10 9781608464463
Release 2015-08-03
Pages 150
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In this still-timely classic, Noam Chomsky argues that the real “rogue” states are the United States and its allies. Chomsky turns his penetrating gaze toward U.S. involvement in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America to trace the enduring combined effects of military domination and economic imperialism on these regions.



Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws

Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws Author Michael Klare
ISBN-10 0809015870
Release 1996-04-30
Pages 292
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Chronicling the rise of Third World powers in the aftermath of the Cold War, a critical analysis of American strategic thinking draws on Pentagon documents, noting the military's influence on peacetime foreign policy.



Rogues

Rogues Author Jacques Derrida
ISBN-10 0804749515
Release 2005-01
Pages 175
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Rogues, published in France under the title Voyous, comprises two major lectures that Derrida delivered in 2002 investigating the foundations of the sovereignty of the nation-state. The term "État voyou" is the French equivalent of "rogue state," and it is this outlaw designation of certain countries by the leading global powers that Derrida rigorously and exhaustively examines. Derrida examines the history of the concept of sovereignty, engaging with the work of Bodin, Hobbes, Rousseau, Schmitt, and others. Against this background, he delineates his understanding of "democracy to come," which he distinguishes clearly from any kind of regulating ideal or teleological horizon. The idea that democracy will always remain in the future is not a temporal notion. Rather, the phrase would name the coming of the unforeseeable other, the structure of an event beyond calculation and program. Derrida thus aligns this understanding of democracy with the logic he has worked out elsewhere. But it is not just political philosophy that is brought under deconstructive scrutiny here: Derrida provides unflinching and hard-hitting assessments of current political realities, and these essays are highly engaged with events of the post-9/11 world.



Axis of Evil and Rogue States

Axis of Evil and Rogue States Author Glen Segell
ISBN-10 9781901414271
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 347
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Axis of Evil and Rogue States has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Axis of Evil and Rogue States also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Axis of Evil and Rogue States book for free.



Rogue states and United States foreign policy

Rogue states and United States foreign policy Author Robert Litwak
ISBN-10 0943875986
Release 2000-02-14
Pages 290
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"This is a first-rate study that brings scholarly analysis to bear on a very important problem in U.S. foreign policy. Litwak's incisive critique of the use of the 'rogue' label for political 'mobilization' purposes is right on the mark." -- Alexander George, Stanford University "Litwak's examination of U.S. policy toward 'rogue states' raises the right questions regarding a truly complex and yet very timely subject. It skillfully avoids some of the simplifications that have dominated the public discourse on this vital subject." -- Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Adviser President Clinton and other U.S. officials have warned that "rogue states" pose a major threat to international peace in the post-Cold War era. But what exactly is a rogue state? Does the concept foster a sound approach to foreign policy, or is it, in the end, no more than a counterproductive political epithet? Robert Litwak traces the origins and development of rogue state policy and then assesses its efficacy through detailed case studies of Iraq, Iran, and North Korea. He shows that the policy is politically selective, inhibits the ability of U.S. policymakers to adapt to changed conditions, and has been rejected by the United States' major allies. Litwak concludes that by lumping and demonizing a disparate group of countries, the rogue state approach obscures understanding and distorts policymaking. In place of a generic and constricting strategy, he argues for the development of "differentiated" strategies of containment, tailored to the particular circumstances within individual states.



Rogue State

Rogue State Author William Blum
ISBN-10 1783602120
Release 2014-07-01
Pages 408
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'Rogue State is a book of charges to be tied to a paving stone and thrown at the men in Washington' - Independent on Sunday



Rogue State

Rogue State Author William Blum
ISBN-10 1842778277
Release 2006
Pages 393
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Rogue State and its author came to sudden international attention when Osama Bin Laden quoted the book publicly in January 2006, propelling the book to the top of the bestseller charts in a matter of hours. This book is a revised and updated version of the edition Bin Laden referred to in his address.



Using power and diplomacy to deal with rogue states

Using power and diplomacy to deal with rogue states Author
ISBN-10 0817959939
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Afghanistan

Afghanistan Author Zalmay Khalilzad
ISBN-10 OCLC:822952401
Release 2000
Pages 14
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During the Cold War, U.S. support to the anti-Soviet Afghan resistance resulted in a debacle for Moscow. After the Soviets withdrew, however, Afghanistan became a disaster for U.S. policy: Osama bin Laden has taken shelter there and uses the country as a base to train militants and export terrorism; Afghan women are subjected to horrifying restrictions; Afghanistan has become the world's leading supplier of opium; and it is now dominated by the Taliban, a rogue regime that espouses a radical, repressive version of Islam. The United States must act now to weaken the Taliban and stem the spread of "Talibanism" throughout the region. To do so, Washington should (1) change the balance of power by offering assistance to the foes of the Taliban; (2) oppose the Taliban ideology--giving air time over the Voice of America to Taliban opponents and moderate Islamic leaders; (3) press Pakistan to withdraw its support; (4) aid victims of the Taliban; (5) support moderate Afghans through helping to convene a grand assembly to select a broad transitional government; and (6) elevate the importance of Afghanistan at home. U.S. failure to act will lead the Taliban to continue, and probably expand, its rogue behavior.



Daniel Patrick Moynihan

Daniel Patrick Moynihan Author Robert A. Katzmann
ISBN-10 UOM:39015043814774
Release 1998-08-17
Pages 240
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One of the most distinguished figures in twentieth-century American politics, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, was at the center of virtually every major political issue of his day, offering a distinct voice unique in its prescience, scholarliness, and statesmanlike manner. The contributors to this career-spanning assessment knew Moynihan as teacher, scholar, and colleague, and they use their diverse interactions with him to paint a picture of an extraordinary thinker with many areas of intellectual concern: social policy, international relations, public works, race relations, and government secrecy. In addition, the essayists explore Moynihan's role as a devoted public servant, from his experience in four successive presidential administrations through his time as ambassador and senator from New York.



Acts of Aggression

Acts of Aggression Author Noam Chomsky
ISBN-10 9781609800147
Release 2011-01-04
Pages 32
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In Acts of Aggression three distinguished activist scholars examine the background and ramifications of the U.S. conflict with Iraq. Through three separate essays, the pamphlet provides an in-depth analysis of U.S./Arab relations, the contradictions and consequences of U.S. foreign policy toward "rogue states," and how hostile American actions abroad conflict with UN resolutions and international law.



Rogue Justice

Rogue Justice Author Julius Green
ISBN-10 9781326355562
Release 2015-08-23
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Wolf and Dennis are private investigators. Wolf in particular is going to pursue his goal of cleaning out the city of gangsters, after he is framed for something he didn't do, finding out the corruption in the city. The novel is really short, with 13,000 words, but I promise you'll never get bored, as something is always happening.



Dancing with the Devil

Dancing with the Devil Author Michael Rubin
ISBN-10 9781594037986
Release 2015-03-10
Pages 432
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The world has seldom been as dangerous as it is now. Rogue regimes—governments and groups that eschew diplomatic normality, sponsor terrorism, and proliferate nuclear weapons—threaten the United States around the globe. Because sanctions and military action are so costly, the American strategy of first resort is dialogue, on the theory that “it never hurts to talk to enemies.” Seldom is conventional wisdom so wrong. Engagement with rogue regimes is not cost-free, as Michael Rubin demonstrates by tracing the history of American diplomacy with North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Libya, the Taliban’s Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Further challenges to traditional diplomacy have come from terrorist groups, such as the PLO in the 1970s and 1980s, or Hamas and Hezbollah in the last two decades. The argument in favor of negotiation with terrorists is suffused with moral equivalence, the idea that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Rarely does the actual record of talking to terrorists come under serious examination. While soldiers spend weeks developing lessons learned after every exercise, diplomats generally do not reflect on why their strategy toward rogues has failed, or consider whether their basic assumptions have been faulty. Rubin’s analysis finds that rogue regimes all have one thing in common: they pretend to be aggrieved in order to put Western diplomats on the defensive. Whether in Pyongyang, Tehran, or Islamabad, rogue leaders understand that the West rewards bluster with incentives and that the U.S. State Department too often values process more than results.



Rogue State

Rogue State Author Don Pendleton
ISBN-10 0373619456
Release 2002
Pages 352
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When Russian and North Korean extremists steal the data necessary for destroying the Slingshot satellite system,which is America's best defense, the determined warriors of Stony Man must race against time to stop the extremists' maniacal plan before it's too late. Original.



Community Intervention

Community Intervention Author Jan Marie Fritz
ISBN-10 9781493909988
Release 2014-08-19
Pages 246
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Community Intervention: Clinical Sociology Perspectives showcases important efforts to improve the quality of life in communities around the world. The book, a project of the clinical sociology division of the International Sociological Association, describes the interdisciplinary field of clinical sociology in relation to community improvement. The first part of the book covers important concepts and tools for community intervention and identifies a variety of approaches to community research with an emphasis on research that centrally involves community members. The chapters in the second part of the volume focus on projects in a broad range of countries, covering topics such as involving residents in urban renewal projects, developing healthy communities, encouraging socioeconomic development, improving the life of immigrants, helping communities deal with climate change, establishing human rights cities, encouraging empowerment and creating an inclusive community. A unique feature of the book is the inclusion of profiles about some of the outstanding work in community intervention over the last 100 years. These profiles are of Nobel Peace Prize winner Jane Addams; community activist Saul Alinsky; human rights and environmental activist Wangari Maathai and participatory action research pioneer Orlando Fals Borda. Written by scholar-practitioners as well as analysts, the book provides essential commentary regarding community intervention efforts.



Obama and the Biracial Factor

Obama and the Biracial Factor Author Andrew Jolivétte
ISBN-10 9781447301004
Release 2012
Pages 237
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"Since the election in 2008 of Barack Obama to the Presidency of the United States there have been a plethora of books, films, and articles about the role of race in the election of the first person of color to the White House. None of these works though delves into the intricacies of Mr. Obama's biracial background and what it means. Obama and the Biracial Factor is the first book to explore the significance of mixed-race identity as a key factor in the election of President Obama and examines the sociological and political relationship between race, power, and public policy in the United States with an emphasis on public discourse and ethnic representation in his election . Jolivette and his co-authors bring biracial identity and multiraciality to forefront of our understanding of racial projects since his election. Additionally the authors assert the salience of mixed-race identity in U.S. policy and the on-going impact of the media and popular culture on the development, implementation, and interpretation of government policy and ethnic relations in the U.S. and globally. Obama and the Biracial Factor speaks to a wide array of academic disciplines ranging from political science and public policy to sociology and ethnic studies."--Publisher's website.