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A strong voice in opposition was that of General Albert C. Wedemeyer who predicted "A China dominated by Chinese Communists would be inimical to the interests of the United States

A strong voice in opposition was that of General Albert C. Wedemeyer who predicted "A China dominated by Chinese Communists would be inimical to the interests of the United States. The preface by the Honorable J. William Middendorf adds a personal and revealing touch to these cases.

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In foreign policy, the Obama administration successfully negotiated a deal that halted Iran’s progress toward a nuclear weapon. He fulfilled the George W. Bush administration’s plan to get . troops out of Iraq and significantly reduced the . Bin Laden was found and eliminated on his watch. The administration also blundered when it decided not to participate in China’s new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and then found that even close allies like Britain and Israel were ignoring . pressure and eager to join.

Cuban foreign policy may, in fact, be the outstanding success of the Cuban Revolution. Its foremost accomplishment is that it has made it possible for revolutionary rule to survive for two decades, in the face of what was until very recently implacable and multifaceted . In 1959-60, suspicion hardened into hostility and serious disputes emerged with the United States, and for nearly a decade thereafter Washington, as we know, literally. This article is a part of our premium archives.

Published Foreign Policy Failures in China, Cuba, and Nicaragua: A Paradigm (Washington: United States Global Strategy Council. 246 p. Published The Power of Nations in the 1990s (Washington: University Press of America.

Published 1992 by . Global Strategy Council in Washington, . Foreign relations, Protected DAISY, In library. Includes bibliographical references (p. -232) and index.

In the case of China, for example, the study reveals that the optimistic view of Washington policymakers at the time were .

In the case of China, for example, the study reveals that the optimistic view of Washington policymakers at the time were inclined to favor Mao Zedong. A strong voice in opposition was that of General Albert C. Library descriptions.

This study describes the U.S. lack of support for Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek during World War II, its abandonment of Fulgencio Batista in Cuba in the 1950s, and its disregard for Anastasio Somoza in the 1970s. The authors often say with conviction that American leaders usually have good intentions of standing by a friendly ally. Yet confusion in strategic planning may occur and sometimes disrupts the carrying out of a policy. This was especially true when U.S. policymakers withdrew support from flawed allies and favored uncritically their would-be successors in the hope that Mao Zedong, Fidel Castro, and the Sandinistas would be better for Americans.In the case of China, for example, the study reveals that the optimistic view of Washington policymakers at the time were inclined to favor Mao Zedong. A strong voice in opposition was that of General Albert C. Wedemeyer who predicted "A China dominated by Chinese Communists would be inimical to the interests of the United States." He was right.The preface by the Honorable J. William Middendorf adds a personal and revealing touch to these cases.

Foreign Policy Failures in China, Cuba, and Nicaragua epub download

ISBN13: 978-0943057057

ISBN: 0943057051

Author: Roger W. Fontaine,Ray S. Cline

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: University Press Of America (January 1992)

Pages: 256 pages

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