The Third Alternative

Luttwak, E.N.
February 1977
New Republic;2/26/77, Vol. 176 Issue 9, p13
Comments on the foreign policy of U.S. President James Earl Carter. Issue over the world order policy of Carter; Comparisons of previous presidents' foreign policies; International response to the world order policy; Report that the policy followed intermittently after 1969 was in some sense a balance-of-power policy; Claim that the policy of unilateral activism required that abundant use of power.


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