Global Perspectives on the United States is a collection of expert-written essays on the events, developments, and processes that shape global perspectives on the United States, including trade agreements, “brain drain,” and concepts of democracy.
Global Perspectives on the United States: Volume 3: Issues and Ideas Shaping International Relations
Global Perspectives on the United States is a collection of compelling essays that provides in-depth analyses of the core characteristics of the United States, crucial historical events, US policies and programs, and cultural phenomena such as religion and pop culture. Sidebars and illustrations illuminate the discussion, bringing in original text from influential writers, historic speeches and treaties, and intriguing firsthand, journalistic accounts of personal experience—underscoring the importance of examining the United States through the eyes of people around the world.
Laurien Alexandre, Antioch University, Manuel Broncano, University of Leon, Gerald W. Fry, University of Minnesota, Yahya R. Kamalipour, Purdue University, Arne Kislenko, Ryerson University, Denis V. Makarov, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Brendon O'Connor, University of Sydney, Wafula Okumu, Conflict Management Centre, Michael Aaron Rockland, Rutgers University