American Foreign Policy: Regional Perspectives

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Richmond M. Lloyd
Government Printing Office, 2009 - Business & Economics - 297 pages
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 Proceedings form a forum which provided a collegial forum for a small and select group of foreign policy
and regional experts to formulate and recommend new directions for American foreign policy for each of the major regions of the world.

With a new American administration in office, this is an opportune time to
assess American foreign policy and to set future directions:
1. What challenges and opportunities will the United States, and its allies
and friends, face in the future?
2. What changes should be made to all elements of U.S. foreign policy, including the diplomatic, economic, military, and informational elements?
3. What elements should continue?
4. What are the varying perspectives of nations within the region concerning U.S. foreign policy?
5. What changes in U.S. foreign policy would they desire?
6. Overall, what new directions for U.S. foreign policy will better support
the interests and objectives of the United States, its allies, and its
friends?
A total of thirty-three foreign policy and regional experts participated in the
workshop. Seventeen panelists presented papers on seven panels: A Global
Perspective, Western Hemisphere, Asia and the Pacific, South Asia, The
Greater Middle East, Europe and Russia, and Africa. 

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Executive Summary
7
Opening Remarks
37
Energy the Environment
47
Summary of Discussion
55
Western Hemisphere
61
U S Latin American Relations
75
The Outlook for U S Foreign Policy in Latin America and
85
Summary of Discussion
141
South Asia
147
Making the Partnership Strategic
157
Summary of Discussion
163
Why the United States Should Engage Islamists
189
Summary of Discussion
199
Resetting U S Russian Relations
223
Summary of Discussion
239

Summary of Discussion
95
Asia and the Pacific
99
The Responses of U
111
From Manifest Destiny
125
Africa
247
Prospects for U
261
Concluding Remarks
277
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