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Transformational Leadership and U.S. Grand Strategy

Author: Joseph S. Nye Jr., Distinguished Service Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
July/August 2006
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George W. Bush wants to be remembered as a president who left a lasting mark on U.S. foreign policy. His emphasis on spreading democracy and reshaping the Middle East is a manifestation of this drive. But the results of his management style and policy choices -- especially the invasion of Iraq -- may have already denied him that legacy.

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