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THE CHOICE Zbigniew Brzezinski PREFACE PART I: THE MANAGEMENT OF GLOBAL SECURITY CH. 1 ñ AMERICAíS NATIONAL INSECURITY The End of Sovereign Security National Power and International Strife Defining the New Threat CH. 2 ñ AMERICA AND THE NEW GLOBAL DISORDER The Power of Weakness Turbulent Islam The Hegemonic Quicksand Strategic but Not Solitary Engagement CH. 3 ñ AMERICA AND THE FRAMEWORK OF GLOBAL SECURITY The Global Core East Asiaís Metastability Eurasiaís Revenge? PART II: THE DILEMMAS OF HEGEMONIC DEMOCRACY CH. 1 ñ AMERICAN HEGEMONY AND GLOBALIZATION The Natural Doctrine of Global Hegemony The Target of Counter-Symbolization A World without Borders, Except for People? CH. 2 ñ AMERICAN DEMOCRACY AND GLOBAL POWER America as the Global Cultural Seduction Multiculturalism and Strategic Cohesion Hegemony and Democracy FORTRESS OR CITY ON A HILL: Conclusion and Summary
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Foreign relations 2001-United States Foreign relations Philosophy, Balance of power, National security United States, Globalization Political aspects, Security, International, World politics 1995-2005