The End of the American Era

The End of the American Era

In this book, CFR Senior Fellow Charles A. Kupchan addresses the broad strategic challenges and emerging nature of global politics facing the United States in this new century. Teaching notes by the author.

November 1, 2003 12:00 am (EST)

Teaching Notes

The End of the American Era addresses the broad strategic challenges facing the United States in this new century. It weaves together historical narrative, academic debate, and discussion of contemporary developments in world affairs to paint a compelling and provocative picture of the emerging nature of global politics. The book would be appropriate in a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses, including introduction to world politics, U.S. foreign policy, international security, European affairs and transatlantic relations, and upper level courses in international relations.

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