Irwin M. Stelzer
Atlantic Books, 2005 - Conservatism - 328 pages
In America a small group of thinkers, known as "neoconservatives," stands accused of hijacking the nation's foreign policy, converting it from a multilateralist nation that relies on persuasion into a unilateralist country relying exclusively on military power to achieve its aim of installing pro-American, democratic regimes in the Middle East and, eventually, in Africa and other unstable regions of the world. Their critics call the neocons "democratic imperialists" in pursuit of unachievable goals. This book contains pieces by: Tony Blair; Robert Kagan; Condoleezza Rice; George Will; Jeane Kirkpatrick; Charles Krauthammer; Adam Wolfson; Irving Kristol; Jacob Heilbrunn; William Kristol; Margaret Thatcher; David Brooks; Max Boot; George L. Kelling; Kenneth Weinstein; Joao Carlos Espada; James Q. Wilson; Karlyn Bowman; and Michael Gove.
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