A landmark collection of writings by some of the most admired, influential and reviled political thinkers in the world. In the United States a small group, known as 'neo-conservatives', stand accused of hijacking the nation's foreign policy. According to their critics, the neo-cons have converted America from a multilateralist nation that relies on persuasion into a unilateralist country that relies exclusively on military power to achieve its aim of installing pro-American, democratic regimes in the Middle East and other unstable regions of the world. Their critics call the neo-cons 'democratic imperialists' in pursuit of unachievable goals.
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