The imperial tense: prospects and problems of American empire
Bacevich has drawing together a stimulating collection of arguments on a subject of compelling importance. Since September 11 and the ensuing war on terror, President Bush's sweeping rhetoric and national security strategy has affirmed the imperial nature of American foreign policy in a world where it is the sole superpower, provoking concerns over where those ambitions may lead.
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