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A World Safe for Commerce: American Foreign Policy

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This book delves into the history of American foreign policy from the Revolution to the rise of China. It examines how the United States has sought to ensure a world safe for international commerce. Through a careful analysis of key documents, letters, and other primary sources, it reveals the motivations and objectives of the US government in pursuing such a policy. The first two chapters of the book examine the early history of the United States, from its founding to the Spanish-American War. The author shows how the US government sought to create a favorable environment for American business interests in the area. He also looks at how the United States acquired and maintained its preeminent position in global economic affairs. The rest of the book focuses on the Cold War period and the emergence of China as a major economic power. Through its analysis, the book provides a comprehensive overview of the motivations and objectives of the US government in its global economic policy. By presenting both sides of the argument, the author gives readers the opportunity to draw their own conclusions about the efficacy of US foreign policy. In addition, the book's narrative style is engaging and accessible, making it an ideal resource for those who want to learn more about American foreign policy.
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A World Safe for Commerce: American Foreign Policy from the Revolution to the Rise of China (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics
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A World Safe for Commerce: American Foreign Policy

$33.40
This book delves into the history of American foreign policy from the Revolution to the rise of China. It examines how the United States has sought to ensure a world safe for international commerce. Through a careful analysis of key documents, letters, and other primary sources, it reveals the motivations and objectives of the US government in pursuing such a policy. The first two chapters of the book examine the early history of the United States, from its founding to the Spanish-American War. The author shows how the US government sought to create a favorable environment for American business interests in the area. He also looks at how the United States acquired and maintained its preeminent position in global economic affairs. The rest of the book focuses on the Cold War period and the emergence of China as a major economic power. Through its analysis, the book provides a comprehensive overview of the motivations and objectives of the US government in its global economic policy. By presenting both sides of the argument, the author gives readers the opportunity to draw their own conclusions about the efficacy of US foreign policy. In addition, the book's narrative style is engaging and accessible, making it an ideal resource for those who want to learn more about American foreign policy.
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