Table of contents for Does America need a foreign policy? : toward a diplomacy for the 21st century / Henry Kissinger.

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America at the Apex: Empire or Leader?

The Changing Nature of the International Environment . America's Challenge


America and Europe: The World of Democracies I

The Transformation of the Atlantic Relationship . The Change in Atlantic and European Leadership . The Future of European Integration . European Integration and Atlantic Cooperation . Strategic Doctrine: European Military Crisis Management . Strategic Doctrine: Missile Defense and the Atlantic Alliance . Relations with Russia . Toward a New Structure in Atlantic Relations


The Western Hemisphere: The World of Democracies II

Revolution in the Region . New Challenges . Is There a Road Out of Chaos? Plan Colombia . The Promise of the Western Hemisphere . NAFTA and Mercosur


Asia: The World of Equilibrium

Asia's Geopolitical Complexity . Relations with Japan . Relations with Korea . Relations with China: The Historical Context . Relations with China: The Strategic Context . Taiwan and China . India . Where Do We Go from Here?


The Middle East and Africa: Worlds in Transition

The Arab-Israeli Conflict . Where Do We Go from Here? . America and the Gulf . Iraq . Iran . Whither Africa? . The African Environment . Toward an African Policy


The Politics of Globalization

Economics and Politics . Crisis Management and the International Monetary Fund . Political Evolution and Globalization


Peace and Justice

The American Tradition . Roosevelt and Wilson . The New Interventionism . Humanitarian Intervention and the National Interest: Four Principles . Humanitarian Intervention and the Context of History . Universal Jurisdiction


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United States -- Foreign relations.