America and a Changed World: A Question of Leadership
May 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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Notes on contributors.
Introduction (Robin Niblett).
Part I Deepening Regionalism and the US Response.
1 Latin America: forging partnerships in a transformed region (Victor Bulmer-Thomas).
2 The Middle East: changing from external arbiter to regional player (Claire Spencer).
3 Sub-Saharan Africa: providing strategic vision or fire-fighting? (Alex Vines and Tom Cargill).
4 East Asia: searching for consistency (John Swenson-Wright).
5 South Asia: navigating minefields (Gareth Price).
6 Central Asia: responding to the multi-vectoring game (Annette Bohr).
7 The South Caucasus: drama on three stages (James Nixey).
Part II Partners and Competitors.
8 China: between global responsibilities and internal transitions (Kerry Brown).
9 Russia: managing contradictions (James Sherr).
10 Europe: transatlantic relations still drifting (Robin Niblett).
Part III Global Challenges.
11 International law and the United Nations: a new era of US engagement (Devika Hovell).
12 Arms control tomorrow: the challenge of nuclear weapons in the twenty-first century (Paul Cornish).
13 The United States and climate change: from process to action (Bernice Lee and Michael Grubb with Felix Preston and Benjamin Zala).
14 The role of the US in the post-crisis economic order (Paola Subacchi).