Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Richard Higgott and Ivona Malbasic.|
|Series||Routledge/Warwick studies in globalisation -- 18|
|Contributions||Higgott, Richard A., Malbasic, Ivona.|
|LC Classifications||E840.2 .P65 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415463911, 9780203926543|
|LC Control Number||2007048586|
Security and Anti-Americanism; Regional and country Studies, including Canada, Australia, East Asia, Latin America, Greece and France. The Political Consequences of Anti-Americanism will be of interest to students and scholars of politics, international relations, security studies, American politics and American foreign policy. Taking Wright Mills’ advice and asking who regarded as an important political task the promotion of ‘Americanism’ and the defeat of its critique (‘anti-Americanism’) makes it possible to give a specifi c historical content to notions that are too quickly . Puts anti-Americanism into a contemporary context and analyzes some of its political consequences. This book explores networks, culture and foundations and security issues, providing regional and country studies. The first is the anti-Americanism of fanatical terrorists who hate the United States, its power, its values, and its policies-and who are willing to kill and to die in order to harm it. The second is the anti-Americanism of those who take to the streets and the media to campaign against US foreign policies but who do not seek the destruction of the US.
The political consequences of anti-Americanism / edited by Richard Higgott and Ivona Malbašić Routledge London ; New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Higgott, Richard A. & Malbasic, Ivona. & Economic and Social Research Council (Great Britain). & University of Warwick. Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation. Security and Anti-Americanism 91 7 Fear and Loathing in Brussels: the Political Consequences of European Anti-Americanism 93 ADAM QUINN AND MICHAEL COX 8 Anti-Americanism and International Security: Indications in International Public Opinion DAVIS B. BOBROW PART III Regional and Country Studies 9 A Thermostatic Dynamic? Electoral. cultural) and between anti-Americanism and US popular culture. Course Objectives This seminar seeks neither to attack nor to defend the United States or its policies. Rather, it aims to call students' attention on the sources of anti-Americanism and its political consequences both at home and abroad. In this context, students will. Introduction. Academic, popular, and political inquiry into the nature, origins, and consequences of anti-Americanism grew dramatically after the terrorist attacks against the United States on Septem Prior to 9/11, anti-Americanism had received attention from scholars and policymakers, but not consistently.
The issue of anti-Americanism has received considerable attention from policy-makers, pundits and scholars alike. It is perhaps surprising then that systematic empirical studies of its consequences are still few and far between. Drawing from a wealth of research data, interviews and surveys of social media, Cited by: 7. The authors, scholars from a multitude of countries, tackle the potential political consequences of anti-Americanism in Eastern and Central Europe, the region that has been perceived as strongly by: Chapter 10 (12/28/05) The Political Consequences of Anti-Americanism1. Robert O. Keohane and Peter J. Katzenstein Why should we care about anti-Americanism? Does anti-Americanism have immediate, direct political impacts on activities that could be harmful to Americans, adverse for U.S. influence, or detrimental to world order? Today there are two basic types of anti-Americanism: murderous anti-Americanism and anti-Americanism “lite.” The first is the anti-Americanism of fanatical terrorists who hate the United States, its power, its values, and its policies—and who are willing to Cited by: