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1. Roter Morgen [ - 2019]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 44 cm.
Hoover Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xvii, 305 pages ; 23 cm
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431 pages : tables ; 25 cm
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831 pages, xxxii pages of plates : illustrations, tables, portraits, facsimiles ; 25 cm
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xviii, 150 pages ; 23 cm.
"In Revolution and Aftermath: Forging a New Strategy toward Iran, Eric Edelman and Ray Takeyh examine one of the most underappreciated forces that has shaped modern US foreign policy: American-Iranian relations. They argue that America's flawed reading of Iran's domestic politics has hamstrung decades of US diplomacy, resulting in humiliations and setbacks ranging from the 1979-81 hostage crisis to Barack Obama's concession-laden nuclear weapons deal. What presidents and diplomats have repeatedly failed to grasp, they write, is that 'the Islamic Republic is a revolutionary state whose entire identity is invested in its hostility toward the West.' To illuminate a path forward for American-Iranian relations, the authors address some of the most persistent myths about Iran, its ruling elite, and its people. They discuss the ways Iran played a vital role in US grand strategy after World War II. They discuss the Ayatollah Khomeini's worldview--including his view of the United States as 'the Great Satan'--and his remarkably durable legacy, which has animated decades of Iranian policies even when such policies are detrimental to the country's other stated national interests. Finally, they highlight lessons leaders can learn from America's many missteps since the 1979 Islamic Revolution." -- publisher.
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xvii, 226 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Global news networks and state power
  • Western global news networks and state power 1: diplomacy
  • Western global news networks and state power 2: intelligence
  • Non-western global news networks: diplomacy and intelligence gathering
  • Conclusion
  • Interview with Terry Phillips
  • Methodology.
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ix, 309 pages : charts ; 23 cm.
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513 pages : maps (some color) ; 22 cm
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xvii, 281 pages ; 25 cm.
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x, 223 pages ; 23 cm.
Throughout the world today there are obvious trouble spots that have the potential to explode into serious conflicts at any time in the immediate or distant future. This study examines what history suggests about the future possibilities and characteristics of war and the place that thinking about conflict deserves in the formation of American strategy in coming decades. The author offers a historical perspective to show that armed conflict between organized political groups has been mankind's constant companion and that America must remain prepared to use its military power to deal with an unstable, uncertain, and fractious world. Williamson Murray shows that while there are aspects of human conflict that will not change no matter what advances in technology or computing power may occur, the character of war appears to be changing at an increasingly rapid pace with scientific advances providing new and more complex weapons, means of production, communications, and sensors, and myriad other inventions, all capable of altering the character of the battle space in unexpected fashions. He explains why the past is crucial to understanding many of the possibilities that lie in wait, as well as for any examination of the course of American strategy and military performance in the future-and warns that the moral and human results of the failure of American politicians and military leaders to recognize the implications of the past are already apparent.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780817920043 20170410
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ix, 177 pages : tables, charts ; 24 cm.
  • Is America still the “hope of Earth”? : origins and underpinnings of American exceptionalism / Paul E. Peterson
  • Legal origins of American exceptionalism / Michael McConnell
  • American exceptionalism : due principally to secure private property rights / Gary Libecap
  • Intellectual property as a pillar of American exceptionalism / Stephen Haber
  • The exceptional economy / Edward P. Lazear
  • Law and the regulatory state / John Cochrane
  • Whither American exceptionalism? / Niall Ferguson
  • What makes America great? : entrepreneurship / Lee Ohanian
  • American dominance of the international order / Kori Schake
  • The foundations of America’s exceptional role in the world / Victor Davis Hanson
  • Herbert Hoover and American exceptionalism / George H. Nash
  • Ronald Reagan and American exceptionalism / Annelise Anderson
  • The American dream is alive in the minds of young Americans / William Damon.
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401 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 24 cm
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xvi, 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
An insightful study of the political, economic, and social changes Brazil experienced during the twenty-year rule of its Cold War military regime. Cuba's revolution in 1959 fueled powerful anti-Communist fears in the United States. As a result, in the years that followed, governments throughout Central and South America were toppled in U.S.-backed military coups, and by 1977 only three democratically elected leaders remained in all of Latin America. This perceptive study, coauthored by a revered historian and a prominent economist, examines how the military rulers of Brazil profoundly altered the nation's economy, politics, and society during their two decades in power, and it explores the lasting impact of these changes after democracy was restored. Comparing and contrasting the history, programs, methods, and goals of Brazil's Cold War-era authoritarian government with the military regimes of Peru, Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, and Uruguay, authors Herbert Klein and Francisco Vidal Luna offer a fascinating, detailed analysis of the Brazilian experience from 1964 to 1985, one of the darkest, most difficult periods in Latin American history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780300223316 20170515
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288 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles (some color) ; 24 cm
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v, 105 pages ; 23 cm
  • The constitution of political Islam
  • Dawa: much more than a "call to Islam"
  • Confronting ideology to win the war.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali analyzes the concept of dawa as practiced by Islamists: why it matters, and why ignoring it has had serious consequences for national security. In order to defeat not just "violent extremism" but the Islamist ideology that inspires it, the author provides a set of clear policy recommendations for the current US administration.
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xxxviii, 775 pages ; 25 cm.
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30 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
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96 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 28 cm
  • Tragic fate of the Romanovs / Anatol V. Shmelev
  • Alexandre Benois and his World of Art / John E. Bowlt
  • Scenes from the revolution / Elena S. Danielson
  • Architects of innovative book design / Margarita Nafpaktitis
  • Embattled images: Soviet posters, 1917-27 / Masha Chlenova.
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xiii, 270 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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