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The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy
Title:The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy
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Number of Pages:484
Category:Politics, Non fiction, History, Israel, International relations, Political science, United states, American, American history, Academic
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No description available, For almost half a century Sir Basil Henry Liddell Hart was the most highly regarded writer on strategy and military matters in the English speaking world and even today his ideas are still discussed and debated Although he helped to formulate Great Britain s military doctrine after the First World War it was his critique of British strategic policy before and during the early years of the Second World War that earned him a seemingly unassailable reputation as a brilliant strategist br br In this unflinching but balanced book John J Mearsheimer reexamines Liddell Hart s career and uncovers evidence that he manipulated the facts to create a false picture of his role in military policy debates in the s According to Liddell Hart s widely accepted account his progressive ideas about armored warfare were rejected by the British army and adopted instead by the more far sighted German generals The Wehrmacht s application of his theory of blitzkrieg he claimed resulted in the defeat of France in a disaster he foresaw Setting the historical record straight Mearsheimer shatters once and for all the myth of Liddell Hart s prescience in the interwar period br br Liddell Hart had in fact been quite wrong on the basic military questions of the s Mearsheimer finds and his writings helped lead the British government into serious error Wide recognition of Liddell Hart s misjudgments badly damaged his reputation during the war and Mearsheimer shows how he mounted a successful campaign to restore his image Although some of Liddell Hart s military theories are still relevant Mearsheimer warns that they should be applied with caution This troubling book offers a striking illustration of how history can be used and abused how a gifted individual can create their own self serving version of the past br br Based on scrupulously documented evidence em Liddell Hart and the Weight of History em is certain to be of great interest to those concerned with military policy and history, The update of this classic treatise on the behavior of great powers takes a penetrating look at the question likely to dominate international relations in the twenty first century Can China rise peacefully To John J Mearsheimer great power politics are tragic because the anarchy of the international system requires states to seek dominance at one another s expense dooming even peaceful nations to a relentless power struggle The best survival strategy in this dangerous world is to become a regional hegemon like the United States in the Western Hemisphere and to make sure that no other hegemon emerges elsewhere In a new concluding chapter Mearsheimer examines the course of Sino American relations should China continue its ascent to greater economic and military power He predicts that China will attempt to dominate Asia while the United States determined to remain the world s sole regional hegemon will go to great lengths to contain China The tragedy of great power politics is inescapable, br London Review of Books br br br br br br br br br br br br br