From 'we the people' to 'we the planet': neoconservative visions of a global USA

Steger, M 2009, 'From 'we the people' to 'we the planet': neoconservative visions of a global USA' in S. Dasgupta and J. N. Pieterse (ed.) Politics of Globalization, SAGE Publications, New Delhi, India, pp. 65-81.


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Title From 'we the people' to 'we the planet': neoconservative visions of a global USA
Author(s) Steger, M
Year 2009
Title of book Politics of Globalization
Publisher SAGE Publications
Place of publication New Delhi, India
Editor(s) S. Dasgupta
J. N. Pieterse
Start page 65
End page 81
Subjects International Relations
Summary In a recent collection of discerning essays analysing the global reach of American power and its consequences, the contributors identify a 'paradox' at the heart of 'global USA': although America represents one of the strongest globalizing forces, it pursues, on many counts, policies that are anti-global in essence.
Copyright notice © Samir Dasgupta, 2009
Keyword(s) American empire
imperial globalism
market globalism
neoconservatism
ISBN 9788178299471
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