Green, Michael J.
January 2009
Naval War College Review;Winter2009, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
The article discusses national security challenges faced by the U.S. in dealing with Asian countries. Three books that outline and define a vision for U.S. foreign policy towards Asia are examined including "The Great Experiment," by Strobe Talbott, "Memo to the President Elect," by Madeleine Albright, and "The Return of History," by Robert Kagan. Also discussed are the implications of U.S. foreign policy for the U.S. Navy.


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