Summimg Up

Cherian Samuel

In the preceding chapters, eminent scholars from around the world have analysed the actions of the Bush Administration in past four years and how they have impacted relations with their respective countries in particular and the world at large. They have also attempted to spell out policy expectations in the second Bush Presidency from the perspective of the policy planners of their respective countries.

With the end of the Cold War it seemed inevitable that the United States would fill the space vacated by the erstwhile Soviet Union and become something between being ‘the world’s policeman’ and a ‘benign superpower’ depending on the predilections of whichever party came to power in the White House. Indeed, in the ...

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