What implications does modern Jacksonianism have for U.S. foreign policy?
Colin Dueck is associate professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University, and the author of Reluctant Crusaders: Power, Culture, and Change in American Grand Strategy (Princeton University Press).
Articles by Colin Dueck
Becoming the world's only superpower can cause strange dreams.
A review of A Contest for Supremacy: China, America, and the Struggle for Mastery in Asia, by Aaron L. Friedberg
One side wins.
A review of From Colony to Superpower: U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1776 , by George C. Herring
A review of America Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11, by Dereck Chollet and James Goldgeier Clinton's Foreign Policy: Between the Bushes, 1992-2000 , by John Dumbrell The Second World: How Emerging Powers Are Redefining Global Competition in the Twenty-first Century, by Parag Khanna The Return of History and the End of Dreams , by Robert Kagan
Rejecting deterministic interpretations of military innovation.
The split on the Left over foreign policy.