Understanding Anti-Americanism Its Orgins and Impact at Home and Abroad by Paul Hollander

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Subjects:

  • International relations,
  • United States,
  • Political Freedom & Security - International Secur,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Relations,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • USA,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Political Science / General,
  • General,
  • Anti-Americanism,
  • Foreign countries,
  • History

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages384
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Open LibraryOL8670247M
ISBN 101566635640
ISBN 109781566635646

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Publisher. Understanding Anti-Americanism Its Origins and Impact at Home and Abroad (Book): Although it has been a global phenomenon for decades before recent acts of massive violence, anti-Americanism has prompted few serious studies in English.

This collection of original reports and observations seeks to explain its impact in areas throughout the world, taking advantage of the cultural and.

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Understanding anti-Americanism by Paul Hollander,Ivan R. Dee edition, in English Understanding anti-Americanism ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:   Understanding Anti-Americanism One of the most contentious issues of this presidential election is the high level of anti-Americanism in the world today.

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Original reports and observations that analyze the causes and impact of anti-Americanism in areas throughout the world. It distinguishes between rational and specific critiques of American foreign policy and American society on the one hand, and that brand of hostile predisposition that blames the United States for a wide variety of grievances and frustrations that are at best tangentially.

In a book called The Rise of Anti-Americanism, published inBrendon O'Connor and Martin Griffiths said that the September 11 attacks were "quintessential anti-American acts, which satisfy all of the competing definitions of Anti-Americanism".

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This collection of original reports and observations seeks to. UNDERSTANDING ANTI-AMERICANISM: Its Origins and Impact at Home and Abroad Paul Hollander, Author, Paul Hollander, Editor.

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“Anti-Americanism is now the mother's milk of the American educational system. Many schools in the United States teach that capitalism is exploitative and American foreign policy is imperialistic.

Patriotism isn't taught in American schools. This needs to be understood. In this brief conclusion we make two arguments. First, broad general explanations of anti-Americanism offer inadequate accounts for the variety of anti-Americanisms that this book has uncovered.

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="" 0in="">Chap "Anti-Americanism," including implications for. In my view, this dimension, used thorough in this book, remains questionable for understanding such a complex phenomenon as anti-Americanism.

Even if the author quotes a notable expert like Joseph Nye, I doubt his postulate that “if culture and ideology are attractive, others will more willingly follow” (Nye, as quoted by Chiozza, p.

48). These key questions are tackled by this new book, which offers the first comprehensive overview of anti-Americanism in the twenty-first century. Examining what is sensibly called anti-Americanism and its principal sources, this study details how the Bush administration has provoked a recent upsurge in anti-Americanism with its stances on a.

practitioners of politics. Anti‐Americanism, nevertheless, is not a new phenomenon. It represents a ‘tidal phenomenon, which is as old as the United States of America itself’ (Stefanidis, ).

For example, anti‐Americanism has a long historical presence in France that. Edward Schatz’s essay contributes to our understanding of anti-Americanism, especially in its relationship to Islamist activism. My goal in this commentary is to introduce some points for critical reflection by putting the relationship between anti-Americanism and Islamist activism in a broader context.

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Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access. Anti-Americanism is the coin of the realm and has been for many years now. It is not growing.

When Americans talk about rising Arab anti-Americanism, we are. Anti-Americanism in Canadian Politics. As two very similar countries, Canada and America obviously can learn a lot from studying one another. An idea that works well in one country may be worth importing into the other, while an idea that fails in one will probably fail on the other side of the border, too.

It is the major proposition of this book that anti-Americanism is a useless and harmful concept, a “misleading analytical category” (p. 51), a product of the self-righteousness or defensiveness of Americans, especially politicians and : Paul Hollander.

With anti-Americanism on the rise this timely book contributes to understanding an important ideological challenge. Berman, the Walter A.

Haas Professor in the Humanities at Stanford University, is a senior fellow, by courtesy, at the Hoover Institution. Anti-Americanism in Europe: A Cultural Problem. by Russell A. Berman. Understanding Anti-Americanism distinguishes between rational and specific critiques of American foreign policy and American society on the one hand, and that brand of hostile predisposition that blames the United States for a wide variety of grievances and frustrations that are at best tangentially related to its policies, institutions, or way 5/5(1).

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this book has uncovered. In particular, we discuss three popular explanations, focusing on power imbalances, globalization backlash and conflicting identities. All of these arguments seem to resonate with expressions of anti-Americanism in some parts of the world at some times, but are insufficient for understanding anti-Americanism in other.

Angered by the assault against a nation he knows and admires, the distinguished French intellectual Jean-Francois Revel has come to America’s defense in Anti-Americanism, a biting and erudite book that (paradoxically, given his country’s specially vehement attacks on the U.S.

and its policies) spent several weeks late last year on top of. The many stripes of anti-Americanism the chapters in the book suggest it is not too late to undo some of the damage that has been done to America's global reputation.

and understanding its. An important book for anyone interested in French culture, the European right, and French-American relations., Seth D. Armus's book is a focused and valuable contribution to understanding this complex phenomenon., Seth Armus' stimulating new book shows how both the time of writing and the affiliations of the French authors are of particular.

Anti-Americanism: A Clinical Study By Bernard Chazelle. Last summer, with France on his mind, the British historian Paul Johnson graced the pages of Forbes Magazine with this trenchant observation: "Anti-Americanism is racist envy".

Lest anyone miss the point, the best-selling author quickly rephrased it in more accessible language: "France is. Anti-Americanism, often Anti-American sentiment, is opposition or hostility toward the government, culture, or people of the United States. In practice, a broad range of attitudes and actions critical of or opposed to the United States have been labeled anti-Americanism and the applicability of the term is often disputed.

Contemporary examples typically focus on international opposition to. How Understanding Emotions in International Relations Can Help Explain Anti-Americanism America’s ever-increasing influence in global politics and culture, and the demands placed on the United States by political actors around the globe means “the demands on America to listen to and be concerned about the outside world have never been.

Also read: Understanding anti-Americanism Once upon a friend According to a research paper authored by Dr Talukder Muniruzaman in on. Offering precise and useful ways of understanding anti-Americanism and American exceptionalism that place the terms in their relevant political contexts, this volume is a useful and engaging resource for those researching or studying American politics and ideology, foreign.

Understanding Anti-Americanism 1. A Naturally Degenerate Land 2. The Distasteful Republic 3. The Fear of an American Future 4. America as a Horrible Fate 5. Yankee Go Home! 6. Cold War and Coca Cola 7. The Great Satan 8. America as Super-Villain 9. An Explicable Unpopularity Notes Bibliography Index4/4(2).Book Description: Anti-Americanism has been the subject of much commentary but little serious research.

In response, Peter J. Katzenstein and Robert O. Keohane have assembled a distinguished group of experts, including historians, polling-data analysts, political scientists, anthropologists, and sociologists, to explore anti-Americanism in depth, using both qualitative and quantitative methods.

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