The United States and Decolonization: Power and Freedom
At the international level the twentieth century was characterized by the rise in national self-determination in the Third World and by the rise of US power. This book analyzes the dynamics of the changing relationships between the United States and states seeking decolonization, within the contexts of the US relationship with the European colonial powers, the Cold War, and the economic system. Its scope is broad in both space and time. This collection of articles brings together leading scholars as well as recently qualified authors on a subject that was confined in the Cold War paradigm, but ultimately needs to transcend it.
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The United States Decolonization and the World System
an Ironic Legacy
the United States in Latin America and the Caribbean
Franklin Roosevelt and European Colonialism
4 The United States and the International Trusteeship System
the United States and the Decolonization of India
6 How We Lost Vietnam 194054
US Foreign Policy and Arab Nationalism in the Early Cold War
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