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Teaching Module: Power, Terror, Peace, and War

Author: Walter Russell Mead, Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy
April 2004

In Power, Terror, Peace, and War, Mead—one of the most original writers on U.S. foreign policy—provides a fascinating and timely account of the Bush administration’s foreign policy and its current grand strategy for the world. He analyzes America’s historical approach to the world, which he describes as not perfect but reasonably moral and reasonably practical. President Bush, according to Mead, is often strategically right but tactically at fault while he attempts to lead a divided nation—and a divided coalition of allies—in a dangerous struggle against ruthless enemies.

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Power, Terror, Peace, and War

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