Anti-Americanism: In the 21st century

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Brendon O'Connor, Martin Griffiths
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - Anti-Americanism - 335 pages

Why is anti-Americanism currently so strong? Essays in the fourth volume examine key themes and flashpoints: the 'Bush Doctrine', the Iraq War, the rise of Islamic Fundamentalism, US relations with the UN, and many others.

This volume concentrates on Anti-Americanism round the world; each of the 14 10,000-word articles, written by an international expert, addresses a particular question.

 

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Contents

George W Bush and AntiAmericanism
1
AntiAmericanism in France and the Crisis over Iraq
19
AntiAmericanism the West and the Transatlantic Rift
41
The Bush Doctrine and AntiAmericanism
67
AntiAmericanism at the United Nations
93
US Military Bases and AntiAmericanism
115
Human Rights and AntiAmericanism
149
Islamic Fundamentalism Concerned Muslims
169
AntiAmerican Heroes The Rhetoric
197
The Consequences of AntiAmericanism
221
Responding to AntiAmericanism The Politics
239
American Power AntiAmericanism
263
About the Series Editor and Contributors
285
Index
329
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Brendon O'Connor is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and Public Policy at Griffith University in Australia. His recent books include: The Rise of Anti-Americanism (co-ed. With M. Griffiths, 2006). In 2003, he received a Fulbright grant to host an international symposium on anti-Americanism.

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