Monday, April 07, 2008

Exploring post-Bush foreign policy of America

The Special Report on America and the World attached to the 27 Mar edition of The Economist is very thought-provoking as writer Adrian Wooldridge clearly outlines all the critical issues in the foreign policy debates in the United States as well as its continuities and changes. It is balanced and fair because Wooldridge is truly knowledgeable on the subject and he knows that American politics and the process of foreign policy formulation and reformulation in that country is more complex and complicated than the ideas and behaviours of just one "satanic" or "moronic" Republican president inside the White House.

American views on world politics, 1989-2001