American Adventurism Abroad: Invasions, Interventions, and Regime Changes Since World War II / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Now in its second edition, American Adventurism Abroad traces US foreign policy from the late 1940s through the past six years of America’s 'war on terror,' and examines the impact of its repeated militaristic meddling into developing nations.
- Examines 34 cases of overseas US militaristic meddling, drawn from eleven presidencies and five geographic regions
- Provides not only understanding of the overseas interventions, but also a framework with which to interpret anticipated future American adventures
- Describes two recent dramatic non-terrorist-related interventions occurring in the Western Hemisphere—in Venezuela and Haiti and two terrorist-related interventions in Afghanistan (confirmed) and Iraq (alleged)
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About the Author
Michael J. Sullivan III is Professor of History and Politics at Drexel University. He has authored numerous articles on arms control and nuclear non-proliferation and has been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the Pew Foundation. He is the author of Measuring Global Values: The Ranking of 162 Countries (1991) and Comparing State Polities: A Framework for Analyzing 100 Governments (1996).