Table of contents for What does the world want from America? : international perspectives on U.S. foreign policy / edited by Alexander T.J. Lennon.


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CONTENTS
   vii Introduction: Through the Looking Glass "
       Alexander T J. Lennon

PART I: HOW THE WORLD SEES THE UNITED STATES

    3   To Be an Enlightened Superpower  Wu Xinbo
    14  First among Equals  Akio Watanabe
    25  Add Five 'E's to Make a Partnership * Kanti Bajpai
    39  The Keystone of World Order * Chong Guan Kwa and
        See Seng Tan
    50  Participate in the African Renaissance  Francis Kornegay,
        Chris Landsberg, and Steve McDonald
    59  Justice for All * Mahmood Sariolghalam
    75  What Is Right Is in U.S. Interests  Barry Rubin
    84  Less Is More * Dmitri Trenin
    95  Balance from Beyond the Sea * Michael Stirmer
   106  The Specter of Unilateralism * Pascal Boniface
   115  Wanted: A Global Partner  Peter Ludlow
   126  Guide Globalization into a Just World Order -
        Maria Claudia Drummond

PART II: HOW THE REFLECTION LOOKS TO THE UNITED STATES

   143  The New Normalcy  Simon Serfaty
   157  Saved from Ourselves? * Michael J. Mazarr
   172  Offshore Balancing Revisited * Christopher Layne
   192  The End of Unilateralism or Unilateralism Redux? 
        Steven E. Miller





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Foreign relations 2001-United States Foreign relations Philosophy, United States Foreign public opinion