|Series||Dorsey series in American history|
This history of American foreign relations differs from other books on the subject in at least three ways. First, in this volume I advance a hypothesis for interpreting the history of American foreign relations which tries to answer the "whys" rather than simply add fact upon fact. out of 5 stars An Interpretive History of American Foreign Relations Reviewed in the United States on August 5, This book is dated by nearly 40 years, but there are portions of it that still make it worthy for a serious scholar to want to find a copy.4/5(1). For general overviews, begin with Robert Hannigan, The New World Order: American Foreign Policy, – (Philadelphia, ), the best recent work on that era in both the depth of its research on American society and its foreign policy, and the themes that unify the account; Eric Tyrone Love, Race over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism Cited by: A longtime classic in its first and second editions, Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations, 3rd edition presents substantially revised and new essays on traditional themes such as national security, corporatism, borderlands history, and international relations theory. The book also Author: Frank Costigliola.
'The third edition of this very useful volume is a welcome sight.' Carol C. Chin Source: H-Diplo 'Historians of American foreign relations owe a debt of gratitude to the editors of the third volume of Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations and to the many scholars who contributed to the book. WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZEONE OF THE MOST ACCLAIMED WORKS OF HISTORY IN RECENT YEARSWinner of the Francis Parkman Prize from the Society of American Historians • Winner of the American Library in Paris Book Award • Winner of the Council on Foreign Relations Arthur Ross Book AwardFinalist. “The American Search for Opportunity, – is much more than a survey of U.S. foreign policy from the Civil War to World War One. It is an elegant interpretive essay. LaFeber argues boldly and persuasively that the relentlessness of the U.S. search for global economic opportunities jostled societies as disparate as Russia and Haiti Price: $ Get this from a library! Explaining the history of American foreign relations. [Frank Costigliola; Michael J Hogan] -- A longtime classic in its first and second editions, Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations, 3rd edition presents substantially revised and new essays on traditional themes such as.
American Foreign Relations Reconsidered, represents essential reading for upper level undergraduates studying modern American history. The book has been designed and written exclusively to meet the needs of students, either as a major course text, or as a set of supplementary readings to support other texts. Reading: Rosenberg, Spreading the American Dream, ; American Foreign Relations, Book reviews due at am in lecture. 2/16 Fascism and New Deal Diplomacy Reading: Weigley, The American Way of War, ; American Foreign Relations, 2/18 The Origins of the Second World WarFile Size: KB. "One of the most lively and provocative interpretive studies of the major events in recent American diplomatic history." -American Historical Review Since it first appeared in , Rise to Globalism has sold hundreds of thousands of copies. The ninth edition of this classic survey, now updated through the administration of George W. Bush, offers a concise and informative overview of the 5/5(1). Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations (English Edition) eBook: Costigliola, Frank, Hogan, Michael J.: : Tienda KindleReviews: 2.