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How Rivalries End

by Karen Rasler, William R. Thompson & Sumit Ganguly University of Pennsylvania Press (March 15, 2013)

Examining political hot spots stretching from Egypt and Israel to North and South Korea, How Rivalries End builds an original theory from patterns in successful conflict resolutions and reveals the key factors...

The New World Power: American Foreign Policy, 1898-1917

by Robert E. Hannigan University of Pennsylvania Press (July 17, 2013)

"Straightforward enough to serve as a useful textbook and thorough enough to engage expert readers. . . . Intelligent, readable, and thoughtful."—Foreign Affairs

China and Africa: A Century of Engagement

by David H. Shinn & Joshua Eisenman University of Pennsylvania Press (July 10, 2012)

The recent growth in relations between China and the nations of Africa is one of the most important geopolitical phenomena of our time. China and Africa presents a unique, comprehensive view of this relationship....

The Great War and American Foreign Policy, 1914-24

by Robert E. Hannigan University of Pennsylvania Press (October 14, 2016)

In The Great War and American Foreign Policy, 1914-1924, Robert E. Hannigan challenges the conventional belief that the United States entered World War I only because its hand was forced and disputes the claim...

Through the History of the Cold War: The Correspondence of George F. Kennan and John Lukacs

by John Lukacs University of Pennsylvania Press (June 06, 2011)

Presented with an introduction by John Lukacs, the letters in this volume reveal new dimensions in George Kennan's thinking about America and its future and illuminate the political—and spiritual—philosophies...

Human Rights in American Foreign Policy: From the 1960s to the Soviet Collapse

by Joe Renouard University of Pennsylvania Press (October 29, 2015)

Global in scope and ambitious in scale, Human Rights in American Foreign Policy examines American responses to a broad array of human rights violations.

The Dragon and the Snake: An American Account of the Turmoil in China, 1976-1977

by E. Bruce Geelhoed, Millicent Anne Gates & Gerald R. Ford University of Pennsylvania Press (September 15, 2015)

The United States Liaison Office (USLO) served as the diplomatic contact for Sino-American relations between the time of the Nixon-Kissinger opening of China in 1971-1972 and the achievement of full normalization...

Pakistan's Enduring Challenges

by C. Christine Fair & Sarah J. Watson University of Pennsylvania Press (February 02, 2015)

In Pakistan's Enduring Challenges, experts on the region survey Pakistan's prospects following the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, examining the country's security concerns, its domestic political and economic...