The War on Terror in comparative perspective : US security and foreign policy after 9/11 / edited by Mark J. Miller and Boyka Stefanova
- US foreign policy after 9/11 : context and prospect / James K. Oliver -- Uneasy co-existence : globalization and the US national security state / Robert G. Patman -- US foreign policy and radical Islam / Bahram M. Rajaee -- Radical Islam, terrorism and the impact of September 11 on the Muslim community / Ahmad Ghazali -- Disquiet on the Western front : sleeper cells, transatlantic rift and the war in Iraq / Mark J. Miller -- Africa and the war on terror : from kalashnikovs to Qurans to cooperation / Jo-Ansie K. van Wyk -- US security policy and South America after September 11 : a Brazilian perspective / Alexandre Ratner Rochman -- The United States and Southwest Asia after 9/11 : trends and flashpoints / Bahram Rajaee -- The Palestinian-Israeli conflict : a case study of US foreign policy after 9/11 / Mohammad Yaghi -- Between Atlanticism, anti-Americanism and Europeanization : dilemmas in Czech foreign policy and the war on terrorism / Šárka Waisová -- US-Spain security relations after 9/11 / Inmaculada C. Marrero Rocha -- Japan's response to the US war on terrorism : external pressure or national interests? / Siriporn Wajjwalku -- In lieu of an epilogue : whither international cooperation? / Boyka Stefanova.
- 0230007295 (cloth)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-253) and index.
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