America and the World in the Age of Terror: A New Landscape in International Relations

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Daniel Benjamin
CSIS, 2005 - Political Science - 206 pages
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Contents

CHINA TACTICAL BANDWAGONING STRATEGIC BALANCING
1
SHAKING UP THE SYSTEM GEORGIA AND THE WAR ON TERROR
28
GERMANY A QUESTIONABLE ALLY?
53
INDONESIA RESENTMENT SUSPICION AND DOMESTIC POLITICS ON THE SECOND FRONT
78
PAKISTAN AND THE UNITED STATES A PARTNERSHIP OF NECESSITY
103
RUSSIA THE ACCIDENTAL ALLIANCE
125
DONT STAND SO CLOSE TO ME THE WAR ON TERROR AND USSAUDI RELATIONS
151
TECTONIC SHIFTS A NEW GLOBAL LANDSCAPE
173
INDEX
187
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
205
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Daniel Benjamin served on the National Security Council Staff in the White House and as special assistant to President Clinton. Prior to joining the Center for Strategic and International Studies, he was Berlin bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal and a foreign correspondent for Time magazine. He is coauthor, with Steven Simon, of the bestselling The Age of Sacred Terror (Random House, 2002).

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