Conservative Internationalism

“A Republican presidential aspirant should articulate what Henry R. Nau calls, in a book with this title, Conservative Internationalism . . ."

 

-- George F. Will, The Washington Post

“Conservative Internationalism . . . meld[s] Nixon realism and Wilsonian internationalism . . .the general reader can learn a good deal from this book."

 

-- Alonzo Hambry, The Wall Street Journal

“As Henry Nau of The George Washington University notes, we should focus on freedom where it counts the most, namely on the borders of existing free societies. . .the borders that divide free. . .Asia from China and North Korea [and] free. . .Europe from Russia”

 

-- Bret Stephens, The Wall Street Journal

“Conservative Internationalism should be required reading for the foreign policy and national security staffs of every serious presidential campaign, Democratic or Republican."

 

-- Paul Carrese, Claremont Review of Books

“Interesting, provocative, worth reading...a valuable way of thinking about U.S. foreign policy for a post-Bush, post-Obama future.”

 

-- Walter Russell Mead, Foreign Affairs

Perspectives on International Relations

“Henry Nau’s knack for explaining international relations in a sophisticated but accessible way is unmatched.”

 

-- James Toole, Indiana University

“Undoubtedly one of the best books in the field of international relations.”

 

-- Roberto Dominguez, Suffolk University

Worldviews of Aspiring Powers

The old division of domestic and foreign policy is over. But the emerging foreign policy views of the rising powers are not well understood. I welcome this volume as a serious attempt to explain some of the big new forces reshaping the international system."

 

-- Rt. Hon. David Miliband, UK Foreign Secretary, 2007-2010

The authors and editors of this volume should be commended for showing readers how the varied histories, religions, and traditions of leading countries inform their approach to world affairs. Policymakers and students alike will find this book essential reading as they struggle to make sense of and make policy in our 21st century world."

 

-- Walter Russell Mead, Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations

"These essays are an innovative effort to identify and explain common themes in the foreign policy thinking and formulation of the world's most important aspiring powers. An attentive reader will come away with a sharper understanding of both the pace and the direction of global change and the implications of that change for American power abroad."

 

-- Jim Hoagland, The Washington Post

At Home Abroad

"Original and fresh, meriting the attention of academics and practitioners alike."

 

-- David Gergen, Harvard Kennedy School

"Creative and original roadmap for American foreign policy."

 

-- Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Harvard University

"Carefully thought framework of ideas."

 

-- George P. Shultz, former Secretary of State

"Thoughtful and stimulating...contribution to ongoing debates."

 

-- Melvyn P. Leffler, The International History Review

"Rich discussions of U.S. foreign policy." 

 

-- G.John Ikenberry, Foreign Affairs

The Myth of America's Decline

"Perhaps the most overlooked book of the summer...a better guide than the others to the shape of things to come...sharp judgments... [and] cool-headed prognostications of the future.”

-- David Warsh, Washington Post

"Learned and important contribution."

-- Paul Kennedy, New York Review of Books

National Politics and International Technology

"This book places a major piece of empirical research and analysis into the framework of an interesting and significant general understanding of the relationship of technology and politics."

 

-- Robert G. Gilpin, professor of politics and international affairs, Princeton University

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