American Power After The Berlin Wall traces the global projection of U.S. military power and political influence from the end of the Cold War to the present. Along with summarizing the Soviet Union?s disintegration, it narrates the ascendancy and reach of Washington?s global power in a string of conflicts from the Persian Gulf War to Panama, Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and the Iraq War. The book vividly portrays U.S. policies of intervention, regime change, and even humanitarian assistance as responses to rogue states, civil strife, and militant Islam. It analyzes the transformation from Washington?s stability-first policies to its democracy promotion agenda in the Middle East, which threatens this crucial region with instability, necessitating a new grand strategy to confront terrorism and religiously motivated conflict.

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