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  • Author:
    Davis B. Bobrow
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    0822959828
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    978-0822959823
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    University of Pittsburgh Press; First Edition, First Printing edition (May 28, 2008)
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    368 pages
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Davis B. Bobrow is professor (emeritus) of public and international affairs and political science at the University of Pittsburgh. He is coauthor of Defensive Internationalism, Policy Analysis by Design, and Understanding Foreign Policy Decisions.

Davis B. Bobrow has served as president of the International Studies Association and is a former member of the . Defense Science Board.

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In book: Hegemony Constrained: Evasion, Modification, and Resistance to American Foreign Policy, Chapter: Resistance . Ambiguous Imperialism: American Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics at the Turn of the Century.

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Transatlantic Climate Policy’, in . Bobrow (e. Hegemony Constrained: Evasion, Modification and Resistance to American Foreign Policy, Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 144–166. Paterson, M. (2009) ‘Post-hegemonic climate politics?’

Transatlantic Climate Policy’, in . (2009) ‘Post-hegemonic climate politics?’ The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 11 (1): 140–158. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Whenever American leaders refer to the "unique" responsibilities of the United States, they are saying that it is. .By the mid-19th century, it had pushed Britain out of the Pacific Northwest and consolidated its hegemony over the Western Hemisphere.

Whenever American leaders refer to the "unique" responsibilities of the United States, they are saying that it is different from other powers and that these differences require them to take on special burdens. Yet there is nothing unusual about such lofty declarations; indeed, those who make them are treading a well-worn path. The United States has fought numerous wars since then - starting several of them - and its wartime conduct has hardly been a model of restraint.

Modes of Iraqi Response to American Occupation, in Davis Bobrow, e. Hegemony Constrained: Evasion, Modification, and Resistance to American Foreign Policy (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2008), pp. 20-40

Modes of Iraqi Response to American Occupation, in Davis Bobrow, e. 20-40. From Madrid and Oslo to Camp David: the United States and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1991-2001 in David W. Lesch, e. The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment, 4th ed. (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2007), pp. 257-274.

By selecting ways that challenge American unilateralism, this book gives a framework for understanding and anticipating goals, motives, and means others bring to dealings with American hegemony in specific situations

By selecting ways that challenge American unilateralism, this book gives a framework for understanding and anticipating goals, motives, and means others bring to dealings with American hegemony in specific situations. It offers a corrective to naively optimistic unilateralism and naively optimistic isher's description.

In the post-cold war era, the United States has risen to a position of unprecedented dominance in the world and has often pursued a primarily unilateral approach to international policy issues. Hegemony Constrained examines how nations, ethnic and religious groups, and international organizations cope with American hegemony. The chapters reveal the various ways in which foreign actors attempt and sometimes succeed in keeping official Washington from achieving its preferred outcomes.An international group of contributors considers how and why a variety of foreigners act strategically to avoid, delay, or change American policy with respect to a broad range of issues in world affairs. Individual chapters analyze the Kurds and Shia in Iraq; the governments of China, Japan, Turkey, and Germany; the G-7; liberalizing the international economy; coping with global warming; regulating harmful tax competition; controlling missile proliferation; limiting public health damage from tobacco; and international public opinion bearing on the politics of responding to a hegemonic America. By recognizing and illustrating moves that challenge American unilateralism, Hegemony Constrained provides a framework for understanding and anticipating the goals, motives, and means others in the world bring to their dealings with American hegemony in specific situations. Thus, it offers a corrective to naively optimistic unilateralism and naively optimistic multilateralism.