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The Reagan Administration, the Cold War, and the Transition to Democracy Promotion


The Reagan Administration, the Cold War, and the Transition to Democracy Promotion
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Chapter 1: Introduction: The Reagan Administration and Democracy Promotion; Robert Pee and William Michael Schmidli.- Part I: Ideology, Strategy, and Institutional Change in the Shift towards Democracy Promotion.- Chapter 2: "A Positive Track of Human Rights Policy": Elliott Abrams, the Human Rights Bureau, and the Conceptualization of Democracy Promotion, 1981-1984; Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard.- Chapter 3: The Rise of Political Aid: The National Endowment for Democracy and the Reagan Administration's Cold War strategy; Robert Pee.- Chapter 4: Recreating the Cold War Consensus: Democracy Promotion and the Crisis of American Hegemony; William Michael Schmidli.- Part II: U.S. Democracy Promotion and the Soviet Empire.- Chapter 5: The Reagan Administration's Efforts to Promote Human Rights and Democracy in the Soviet Union; Christian Peterson.- Chapter 6: The Autonomy of Solidarity; Gregory F. Domber.- Chapter 7: Neoliberalism and Democracy Promotion: Hernando de Soto and U.S. Foreign Policy; Kate Geoghegan.- Part III: Democracy Promotion and the Third World.- Chapter 8: U.S. Electoral Assistance to El Salvador and the Culture of Politics, 1982-1984; Evan D. McCormick.- Chapter 9: Reagan and the Waning Years of Uruguay's Military Rule: Democracy Promotion and the Redefinition of Human Rights; Debbie Sharnak.- Chapter 10: The Pivot: Neoconservatives, the Philippines, and the Democracy Agenda; Mattias Fibiger.- Chapter 11: Stable Imperatives, Shifting Strategies: Reagan and Democracy Promotion in the Republic of Korea; Clint Work.- Part IV: Legacy.- Chapter 12: '"The Most Deeply Honorable Form of Government Ever Devised by Man:' Reagan, Human Rights, and Democracy"; Joe Renouard.- Chapter 13: Conclusion; Robert Pee and William Michael Schmidli.

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Breite: 157
Gewicht: 574 g
Höhe: 215
Länge: 25
Seiten: 336
Sprachen: Englisch
Autor: Robert Pee, William Michael Schmidli

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