Lecture25_End_PostColdWar

Lecture25_End_PostColdWar - Lecture 25: The Post-Cold War...

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Lecture 25: The Post-Cold War World Ends May 28, 2008
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A New Approach to Foreign Policy Realism—the old way Deal with the world as it is States seek security Domestic character of states not important Cautious in use of military International institutions can be effective Neoconservatism Morality should drive foreign policy Internal character of states drives behavior Use military proactively United States as “benevolent hegemon” Distrust of international institutions
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Defense Planning Guidance, 1992 “The U.S must show the leadership necessary to establish and protect a new order that holds the promise of convincing potential competitors that they need not aspire to a greater role or pursue a more aggressive posture to protect their legitimate interests…we must maintain the mechanisms for deterring potential competitors from even aspiring to a larger regional or global role."
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“Various types of U.S. interests may be involved
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