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After Obama

Renewing American Leadership, Restoring Global Order

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Barack Obama's foreign policy has failed but the American strategic mind has not yet closed. In After Obama, Robert Singh examines how and why US influence has weakened and contributed to the erosion of the world America made, endangering international order and liberal values. A well-intentioned but naive strategy of engagement has encouraged US adversaries such as Russia, China and Iran to assert themselves while allowing Western alliances to fray. But, challenging claims of an inevitable American decline, Singh argues that US leadership is a matter of will as much as wallet. Despite partisan polarization at home and the rise of the rest abroad, Washington can renew American leadership and, through a New American Internationalism, pave a path to the restoration of global order. Timely and provocative, the book offers a powerful critique of the Obama Doctrine and a call for strategic resolution in place of 'leading from behind'.

Product code: 9781316507261

ISBN 9781316507261
Publisher Cambridge University Press
No. Of Pages 160
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H228xW152xS9
After Obama examines how and why US influence has contributed to the erosion of the world America made, endangering international order and liberal values. As a relatively short book, it would be attractive for advanced undergraduate courses and graduate seminars on US foreign policy, international relations, foreign policy analysis, and history/diplomatic history.