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Beyond Liberal Internationalism  

In embracing the hegemonic role of the United States in the world, defenders of liberal internationalism have left us with a foreign policy of expansive militarism and endless war that is neither liberal nor internationalist.

Studying the Fault Lines  

Age of Fracture by Daniel T. Rodgers, Harvard University Press, 2011, 352 pp. THE VERY notion of “society” originated as part of a highly optimistic scenario: according to Enlightenment belief, human bonds were evolving in the eighteenth century beyond the …

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