Dead Center: The Demise of Liberal Internationalism in the United States

  title={Dead Center: The Demise of Liberal Internationalism in the United States},
  author={C. Kupchan and P. Trubowitz},
  journal={International Security},
According to mainstream opinion, the George W. Bush administration's assertive unilateralism represents a temporary departure from the traditional foreign policy of the United States, one that will be rectified by a change of personnel in the White House in 2009. This interpretation of recent trends in U.S. policy is illusory. The Bush administration's foreign policy, far from representing an aberration, marks the end of an era; it is a symptom, as much as a cause, of the unraveling of the… Expand
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