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American Realism Versus American Imperialism

  • Campbell Craig (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/wp.2005.0010
  • Published online: 01 June 2011
Abstract

This article reviews three recent books critical of America's new “imperial” foreign policy, examines whether the United States can properly be compared to empires of the past, and identifies three aspects of contemporary American policy that may well be called imperialist. It also addresses some of the main objections to recent U.S. foreign policy made by American realist scholars and argues that traditional interstate realism can no longer readily apply to the problem ofAmerican unipolar preponderance over an anarchical, nuclear-armed world.

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Jack Donnelly , Realism and International Relations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Daniel Deudney , “Geopolitics as Theory: Historical Security Materialism,” European Journal of International Relations 6 (Spring 2000)

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Michael Cox , “Empire, Imperialism and the Bush doctrine,” Review of International Studies 30 (October 2004), 605

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Ikenberry, “Liberalism and Empire: Logics of Order in the American Unipolar Age,” Review of International Studies 30 (October 2004), 614

Alexander Wendt , “Why a World State Is Inevitable,” European Journal of International Relations 9 (December 2003)

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