3 edition of American neoconservatism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JC573.2.U6 D75 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780231702287, 9780231800020|
|LC Control Number||2011000822|
Neoconservatism and American Foreign Policy book. DOI link for Neoconservatism and American Foreign Policy. Neoconservatism and American Foreign Policy book. A Critical Analysis. By Danny Cooper. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 10 November Pub. location London. For the scions of American neoconservatism, As the good book says, those who sow the wind will reap the whirlwind. We can only hope that in November, God will be merciful enough and grant us a reprieve. The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Fair Observer’s editorial policy.
Neoconservatism has undergone a transformation that has made a clear identity almost impossible to capture. The Republican foreign policy operatives of the George W. Bush era seem far removed from the early liberal intellectuals who focused on domestic issues. Justin Vaïsse offers the first comprehensive history of neoconservatism, exploring the connections . Neoconservatism as a school of thought emerged in the early 20th century and a groundswell was observed in the s. The ideology had its nuances, internal contradictions, but catapulted to significance among the political elite of the liberals who felt liberalism was curtailing liberty by its societal abuse. Cold War at its peak, counter culture [ ].
This book is the first discussion of their impact on foreign policy. John Ehrman tells how the neoconservative movement evolved out of the broad anticommunist coalition that dominated American liberalism from the late s to the late s. American Neoconservatism ascribes three broad components to the neo-conservative agenda (p. 16). While neoconservative thought makes explicit its enthusiasm for the first category of American supremacy - Drolet uses the term "Imperialism" - the book provides less clear substantiation for the other two.
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The result is a very readable book that is set to become definitive.’ — Toby Dodge, Senior Fellow for the Middle East, the International Institute for Strategic Studies ‘Jean-François Drolet has written an excellent book examining the ideological origins and foreign policy consequences of American neoconservatism.
No other book provides such a rich survey of the intellectual history of American conservatism. With almost 1, pages of entries written by some of the most prominent American conservatives (people such as Russell Kirk, M.
Bradford, and Murray Rothbard), this is now the one book that must be read American neoconservatism book one wants to understand American /5(12). American Neoconservatism moves beyond recent debates over the intricacies of the Bush administration's foreign policy to offer a deeper look at the philosophical premises of this 'new' conservatism in light of the historical events and changing social compacts that have created a demand for it over the past surveys neoconservative discourses on democracy, the.
Justin Vaïsse discusses the neoconservative movement in American foreign policy in a radio interview with National Review Online (NRO). NRO: Justin, neoconservatism is one of the most.
Neoconservatism, variant of the political ideology of conservatism that combines features of traditional conservatism with political individualism and a qualified endorsement of free servatism arose in the United States in the s among intellectuals who shared a dislike of communism and a disdain for the counterculture of the s, especially its.
American Neoconservatism: The Politics and Culture of a Reactionary Idealism. Jean-Francois Drolet. C Hurst & Co. June Find this book: Neoconservatism has been one of the most powerful and influential ideologies in global politics during the past American neoconservatism book decades.
An Episcopal priest, he is the author of eleven books and over one hundred articles that range across the fields of theology, philosophy, social theory, politics, ethics, and history.
His recent two volumes, The Making of American Liberal Theology, have been lauded by numerous reviewers as the definitive study of American theological s: 2. Neoconservatism is the most comprehensive selection of Mr.
Kristol's influential writings on politics and economics, as well as the best of his now-famous essays on society, religion, culture, literature, education, and―above all―the "values" issues that have come to define the neo-conservative critique of contemporary life.
Composed over Reviews: 7. The purpose of this book is to critically engage with a set of ideas and beliefs that define the neoconservative approach to American foreign policy, and illuminate many of the core foreign policy debates that have taken place within the United States over the past several years during the administrations of both George W.
Bush and Barack Obama. Neoconservatism is something of a chimera in modern politics. For its opponents it is a distinct political movement that emphasizes the blending of military power with Wilsonian idealism (Mearsheimer ), yet for its supporters it is more of a ‘persuasion’ that individuals of many types drift into and out of (Kristol ix).
The so-called godfather of neoconservatism was a conservative in the best sense of the term. Reinhold Niebuhr’s book The Irony of American. "Drolet's American Neoconservatism, a concise blend of political theory, intellectual history, and contemporary politics, marks one of those rare occurrences of highly relevant academic 's aim in the work is to challenge the neoconservative hearkening for a moral, united America by uncovering the doctrine's anti-Enlightenment Cited by: American Neoconservatism moves beyond recent debates over the intricacies of the Bush administration's foreign policy to offer a deeper look at the philosophical premises of this 'new' conservatism in light of the historical events and changing social compacts that have created a demand for it over the past decades.
This is the best book on Pages: Preface Introduction The Neoconservative Persuasion PART I: Neoconservatism and American Politics Chapter 1 The Path to Power Chapter 2 A New Governing Philosophy PART II: Leo Strauss and the Crisis of Modernity Chapter 3 The Straussian Moment Chapter 4 The Road to Nihilism PART III: Leo Strauss and the Return to Plato Chapter 5 The Long Trek Back to Plato.
For those of us who remember the American conservative movement in its earlier manifestation, the recently published articles and correspondence of Neil McCaffrey make for stimulating reading.
For. Book Review: American Neoconservatism: The Politics and Culture of a Reactionary Idealism by Blog Admin Octo In this book, Jean-Francois Drolet contributes to a critical engagement with neoconservatism at the level of its intellectual foundations.
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The neo-conservatives always have been, by contrast, defenders of the post–New. Through a discussion of The Black Book of the New Left: Gender Ideology or Cultural Subversion by Argentinian authors Nicolás Marquez and Agustín Laje, Espinoza Rivera shows how neoconservatism has managed to influence these processes by developing a language of its own that blends “scientific” arguments with philosophical and historical.
3 The literature on the New York Intellectuals is extensive, and is essential background for the history of neoconservatism: John Patrick Diggins, The rise and fall of the American Left (New York, NY, ); Alexander Bloom, Prodigal sons: the New York Intellectuals and their world (Oxford, ); Alan M.
Wald, The New York Intellectuals: the rise and decline of the anti. Fidelity Press has published a book by David A. Wemhoff called John Courtney Murray, Time/Life, and the American Proposition: How the CIA's Doctrinal Warfare Program Changed the Catholic Church which shows, without the shadow of a doubt, that John Courtney Murray was working with the CIA at the Second Vatican Council.
The Road to Iraq is a must-read book for those wanting a more detailed analysis of this neoconservative involvement. According to Stephen Walt, professor of international relations at Harvard University, The Road to Iraq is 'a superb analysis of how and why a small band of neoconservatives helped push the United States into a d Why did the /5(2).Rethinking the American Union for the 21st Century Donald Livingston Essays raising the question of whether the United States has become simply too large for self-government and should be divided into a number of Unions of States as Jefferson thought it should.
(The book is signed by Livingston who wrote the "Introduction" and contributed an.