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The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy
Title:The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy
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Category:Politics, Non fiction, History, Israel, International relations, Political science, United states, American, American history, Academic
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br London Review of Books br br br br br br br br br br br br br, The update of this classic treatise on the behavior of great powers takes a penetrating look at the question likely to dominate international relations in the twenty first century Can China rise peacefully To John J Mearsheimer great power politics are tragic because the anarchy of the international system requires states to seek dominance at one another s expense dooming even peaceful nations to a relentless power struggle The best survival strategy in this dangerous world is to become a regional hegemon like the United States in the Western Hemisphere and to make sure that no other hegemon emerges elsewhere In a new concluding chapter Mearsheimer examines the course of Sino American relations should China continue its ascent to greater economic and military power He predicts that China will attempt to dominate Asia while the United States determined to remain the world s sole regional hegemon will go to great lengths to contain China The tragedy of great power politics is inescapable, Meine von mir verfasste Dissertation ist kein Plagiat Wie der Skandal um den ehemaligen Verteidigungsminister Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg wieder einmal gezeigt hat Die Luge gilt bei Politikern als Berufskrankheit Doch werden wir wirklich standig hinters Licht gefuhrt Und so fragt der renommierte Politologe John J Mearsheimer in seinem provokanten neuen Buch geschieht das stets zu unserem Nachteil Mearsheimer wagt ab zwischen dem Wert der Unwahrheit und ihren Gefahren Seine Darstellung besticht durch einen klaren illusionslosen Blick auf die Luge als Werkzeug des politischen Geschafts Mearsheimer wartet mit einer Typologie der politischen Luge auf und belegt sie mit bekannten Beispielen aus dem politischen Alltag der Gegenwart Dieser neue Blick der die Luge nicht als moralisches Problem betrachtet fuhrt zu einem verbluffenden Ergebnis Die Luge muss nichts schlechtes sein und sie ist weit seltener als wir denken, em Conventional Deterrence em is a book about the origins of war Why do nations faced with the prospect of large scale conventional war opt for or against an offensive strategy John J Mearsheimer examines a number of crises that led to major conventional wars to explain why deterrence failed He focuses first on Allied and German decision making in the years analyzing why the Allies did not strike first against Germany after declaring war and conversely why the Germans did attack the West Turning to the Middle East he examines the differences in Israeli and Egyptian strategic doctrines prior to the start of the major conventional conflicts in that region Mearsheimer then critically assays the relative strengths and weaknesses of NATO and the Warsaw Pact to determine the prospects for conventional deterrence in any future crisis He is also concerned with examining such relatively technical issues as the impact of precision guided munitions PGM on conventional deterrence and the debate over maneuver versus attrition warfare br br Mearsheimer pays considerable attention to questions of military strategy and tactics Challenging the claim that conventional detrrence is largely a function of the numerical balance of forces he also takes issue with the school of thought that ascribes deterrence failures to the dominance of offensive weaponry In addition to examining the military consideration underlying deterrence he also analyzes the interaction between those military factors and the broader political considerations that move a nation to war