Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / Brookings Institution Press
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978-0-8157-3278-5 • Paperback • January 2018 • $25.99 • (£19.99)
978-0-8157-3279-2 • eBook • January 2018 • $19.99 • (£14.99)
<div><p><b>Hal Brands</b> is Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor of Global Affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. His other books include <i>What Good Is Grand Strategy?</i> and <i>Making the Unipolar Moment</i>. He has served in the Pentagon as a special assistant to the secretary of defense for strategic planning.</p></div>
"<div><p>Contents:</p><p>Preface and Acknowledgments</p><p>1. The Pretty Successful Superpower</p><p>2. Fools Rush Out</p><p>3. Barack Obama and the Dilemmas of American Grand Strategy</p><p>4. Is American Internationalism Dead?</p><p>5. Fortress America and Its Alternatives</p><p>6. Does America Have Enough Hard Power?</p><p>7. American Grand Strategy in the Age of Trump</p><p>Notes</p><p>Index</p></div>"