The Reagan Phenomenon and Other Speeches on Foreign Policy

Автор(и) : Jeane J. Kirkpatrick

Издател : American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

Място на издаване : Washington DC, USA

Година на издаване : 1983

ISBN : 0-8447-1361-9

Брой страници : 231

Език : английски


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The diverse speeches and essays in this collection describe, assess, and articulate the foundations of "the Reagan phenomenon."
The diversity of subjects addressed in these speech/essays is indeed great: she describes, assesses, and articulates the foundations of what she terms "the Reagan phenomenon" (as it relates to the liberal tradition, to Western values, to America's goals, and to U.S. foreign policy in particular); she reveals her passionate concern for human rights, and evaluates their present status in El Salvador, in Nicaragua, in Afghanistan; she analyzes this nation's role in the United Nations, and the UN's own growing schizophrenia as the agent of conflict resolution or (all too often) conflict exacerbation; she devotes extensive and penetrating attention to Israel as "scapegoat" at the UN, to the broader Arab-Israeli conflict, to the problems of southern Africa in the search for Namibian independence, and to the Central American cockpit of conflict, social evolution, and Soviet-sponsored subversion. She combines to an extraordinary degree the roles of observer and participant, commentator, and activist.

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