Lessons of Empire: Imperial Histories And American Power Craig J. Calhoun

ISBN: 9781595580078

Published: April 17th 2006

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342 pages


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Lessons of Empire: Imperial Histories And American Power  by  Craig J. Calhoun

Lessons of Empire: Imperial Histories And American Power by Craig J. Calhoun
April 17th 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 342 pages | ISBN: 9781595580078 | 7.52 Mb

In the shadow of America’s recent military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, distinguished historians of empires and noted international relations specialists consider the dirty word “empire” in the face of contemporary political reality. Is “MoreIn the shadow of America’s recent military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, distinguished historians of empires and noted international relations specialists consider the dirty word “empire” in the face of contemporary political reality.

Is “empire” a useful way to talk about America’s economic, cultural, political, and military power?This final volume in the Social Science Research Council “After September 11” series examines what the experience of past empires tells us about the nature and consequences of global power.

How do the goals and circumstances of the United States today compare to classical imperialist projects of rule over others, whether for economic exploitation or in pursuit of a “civilizing mission”?Reviewing the much contested history of domination by Western colonizing powers, Lessons of Empire asks what lessons the history of these empires can teach us about the world today.



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