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American Foreign Relations

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780395938874

ISBN10:
0395938872
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/1/1999
Publisher(s):
Houghton Mifflin College Div

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Table of Contents

Preface xv
Imperialist Leap, 1895--1900
1(31)
The Venezuelan Crisis, 1895
2(30)
Men of Empire in the 1890s
6(2)
Cleveland Confronts Cuba Libre, 1895--1897
8(3)
McKinley's Road to War, 1897--1898
11(3)
Why War: Exploiting Opportunity
14(3)
The Spanish-American-Cuban-Filipino War
17(2)
Peace and Empire: The Debate in the United States
19(2)
Imperial Collisions in Asia: The Philippine Insurrection and the Open Door in China
21(6)
The Elbows of a World Power, 1895--1900
27(2)
Further Reading for the Period to 1895--1900
29(1)
Notes to Chapter 1
30(2)
Managing, Policing, and Extending the Empire, 1900--1914
32(35)
Severing Panama from Colombia for the Canal, 1903
33(34)
The Conservative Shapers of Empire
37(4)
Cuba's Limited Independence Under the Platt Amendment
41(2)
The Constable of the Caribbean: The Roosevelt Corollary, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic
43(2)
The Quest for Order in Haiti and Nicaragua
45(3)
The Mexican Revolution Threatens U.S. Interests
48(3)
Japan, China, and Dollar Diplomacy in Asia
51(4)
Anglo-American Rapprochement and Empire-Building
55(7)
Further Reading for the Period 1900--1914
62(2)
Notes to Chapter 2
64(3)
War, Peace, and Revolution in the Time of Wilson, 1914--1920
67(41)
The Sinking of the Lusitania, 1915
68(40)
The Travails of Neutrality
73(4)
Submarines, Neutral Rights, and Mediation Efforts
77(2)
Wilson Leads America into World War
79(4)
The Debate over Preparedness
83(3)
The Doughboys Make the Difference in Europe
86(3)
Wilson Imagines a Better Future: The Fourteen Points and the Peace Conference
89(3)
Principle, Personality, Health, and Partisanship: The League Fight
92(5)
Red Scare Abroad: Bolshevism and Intervention in Russia
97(4)
The Whispering Gallery of Global Disorder
101(2)
Further Reading for the Period 1914--1920
103(2)
Notes to Chapter 3
105(3)
Descending into Europe's Maelstrom, 1920--1939
108(33)
Roosevelt's Attempt to Extend America's Frontier to the Rhine, 1939
109(32)
The Independent Internationalists
113(4)
Economic and Cultural Expansion in a Rickety World
117(5)
Peace Seekers for a World Without War
122(3)
Cold as Steel: Soviet-American Encounters
125(3)
Hitler's Germany, Appeasement, and the Outbreak of War
128(3)
American Isolationism and the Neutrality Acts
131(2)
Roosevelt Shifts and Congress Balks on the Eve of War
133(3)
Further Reading for the Period 1920--1939
136(2)
Notes to Chapter 4
138(3)
Asia, Latin America, and the Vagaries of Power, 1920--1939
141(32)
The Manchurian Crisis, 1931--1932
142(31)
A Question of Power
144(2)
Facing Japan: The Washington Naval Disarmament Conference and China
146(3)
Japan's March for a New Pacific Order
149(4)
Making and Managing Good Neighbors in Latin America
153(5)
Building Dictators and Guards: The Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Haiti
158(4)
Subverting Nationalism in Cuba and Puerto Rico
162(2)
Compromising with Mexico: Oil and Nationalism
164(3)
Pan Americanism and the Approach of the Second World War
167(2)
Further Reading for the Period 1920--1939
169(1)
Notes to Chapter 5
170(3)
Survival and Spheres: The Allies and the Second World War, 1939--1945
173(49)
The Atlantic Charter Conference, 1941
174(48)
Juggling Between War and Peace, 1939--1941
177(5)
Asian Collision Course: Japanese-American Relations, 1939--1941
182(5)
The Big Three: Strategies and Fissures, 1941--1943
187(5)
In Search of a China Policy
192(4)
Bystanders to the Holocaust: Americans and the Murder of the Jews
196(4)
Planning the Postwar Peace, 1943--1945
200(4)
Compromises at the Yalta Conference
204(4)
To Each Its Own: Allied Divergence and Spheres of Influence
208(4)
The Potsdam Conference and the Legacy of the Second World War
212(3)
Further Reading for the Period 1939--1945
215(3)
Notes to Chapter 6
218(4)
All-Embracing Struggle: The Cold War Begins, 1945--1950
222(44)
The Atomic Bomb at Hiroshima, 1945
223(43)
The Big Two and the International System: Sources of the Long War
229(3)
Challenging the Soviet Sphere in Eastern Europe
232(4)
Stiffening Up: Early Cold War Crises
236(5)
The Truman Doctrine, Israel, and Containment
241(4)
The Marshall Plan, NATO, and the Division of Europe
245(4)
Asian Allies: Restoring Japan and Backing Jiang in China
249(4)
The People's Republic of China and U.S. Nonrecognition
253(1)
The Cold War Mentality Takes Root
254(4)
Further Reading for the Period 1945--1950
258(4)
Notes to Chapter 7
262(4)
Global Watch: The Korean War and Eisenhower Foreign Relations, 1950--1961
266(49)
The Decision to Intervene in the Korean War, 1950
267(48)
The Korean War Intensifies the Cold War
269(6)
Ambivalent Cold Warrior: Dwight D. Eisenhower
275(4)
John Foster Dulles, McCarthyism, and the New Look
279(1)
The Glacier Grinds On: Khrushchev, Eisenhower, and the Cold War
280(6)
Missile Race, Berlin, and the U-2 Mess
286(5)
To the Brink with China; To the Market with Japan
291(4)
The Third World Rises: Revolutionary Nationalism and Nonalignment
295(5)
Stormy Weather: Nationalism in the Middle East and Latin America
300(5)
Cultural Expansion and the Globalized Cold War
305(3)
Further Reading for the Period 1950--1961
308(3)
Notes to Chapter 8
311(4)
Passing the Torch: The Vietnam Years, 1961--1969
315(46)
The Tet Offensive in Vietnam, 1968
316(45)
Vietnamese Wars Before 1961
320(5)
John F. Kennedy and His ``Action Intellectuals''
325(3)
Arms Buildup, Berlin Crisis, and Nation Building
328(5)
The Most Dangerous Area in the World: The Cuban Revolution and Latin America
333(2)
Spinning out of Control: The Cuban Missile Crisis
335(5)
Laos, Vietnam, and the Kennedy Legacy
340(4)
Nose to Nose: Lyndon B. Johnson and the World
344(2)
``The Biggest Damned Mess'': Johnson's Vietnam War
346(5)
As the Doves Dissent, the Peace Efforts Fail
351(3)
Further Reading for the Period 1961--1969
354(3)
Notes to Chapter 9
357(4)
Detente and Disequilibrium, 1969--1977
361(45)
Richard M. Nixon's Trip to China, 1972
362(44)
Nixon, Kissinger, and Their Critics
365(4)
Detente, SALT, and the Nuclear Arms Race
369(5)
Arab-Israeli War and the Mideast Arms Race
374(5)
Covert Action Against Radicals in Latin America and Africa
379(4)
Economic Competition, Environmental Distress, and the North-South Debate
383(6)
Vietnamization, Cambodia, and a Wider War
389(3)
The Peace Agreement, Withdrawal, and Defeat
392(3)
The Many Lessons and Questions of Vietnam
395(5)
Further Reading for the Period 1969--1977
400(2)
Notes to Chapter 10
402(4)
To Begin the World Over Again: Carter, Reagan, and Revivalism, 1977--1989
406(54)
The Iranian Hostage Crisis, 1979--1981
407(53)
Zbigs and Zags: Carter's Divided Administration
412(3)
The Panama Canal and Nationalism in High Voltage: Latin America
415(4)
Carter's Activism in the Middle East and Africa
419(4)
The Red Thread: SALT-II, Afghanistan, and the Carter Record
423(7)
Ronald Reagan's Mission to Revive Hegemony
430(4)
Soviet-American Crises and Antinuclearism
434(6)
The ``Backyard'': Central America and the Caribbean
440(6)
Endangered Interests in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia
446(5)
Triumphs and Time Bombs: The Reagan Legacy
451(2)
Further Reading for the Period 1977--1989
453(3)
Notes to Chapter 11
456(4)
Sheriff of the Posse: Americans and the World Since 1989
460(53)
The Berlin Wall Comes Down, 1989
461(52)
Mikhail Gorbachev and the Revolutions of 1989
462(3)
Not Just Another Country: Bush, Clinton, and Post-Cold War Priorities
465(5)
Europe Transformed: Soviet Disintegration, German Reunification, NATO Expansion, Balkan Hell
470(7)
Hope and Tragedy in Africa
477(4)
Markets and Invasions in Latin America
481(7)
Mideast Tests: Persian Gulf War and Arab-Israeli Peace Process
488(5)
Feuding and Trading with China, Vietnam, and Japan
493(5)
Global Bewilderments
498(7)
Further Reading for the Period Since 1989
505(3)
Notes to Chapter 12
508(5)
Appendix: Makers of American Foreign Relations 513(4)
General bibliography 517(24)
General Reference Works
517(1)
Overviews of Relations with Countries, Regions, and Other Places of the World, Including Atlases and Gazetteers, Annual Surveys and Chronologies, Bibliographies, Biographical Aids, Chronologies, Encyclopedias and Dictionaries, and Statistics
518(11)
Overviews of Subjects, Including Atlases, Annual Surveys, Bibliographies, Biographical Aids, Chronologies, Encyclopedias, and Statistics
529(12)
Index 541


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