It was a pivotal administration in the history of American foreign policy - for during George Bush's presidency a series of international events took place that had a profound impact on the course of America and on the future of world diplomacy.
In 'A World Transformed', Mr Bush and his national security advisor, Brent Scowcroft, provide a fascinating account of a president and an administration faced with unprecedented obstacles and unrivaled opportunities as they forged a foreign policy at the end of the Cold War. Solidarity comes to power in Poland. East and West Germans dance on the wall that separated them for half a century.
It is also a candid analysis of a new chapter in foreign affairs, when the United States led an international alliance to confront the threat presented by Saddam Hussein and presented a dynamic response to the Tiananmen crisis. Balanced and intelligent, 'A World Transformed' offers a landmark treatise on American foreign policy and international diplomacy from two of its principal architects.
- Publication Date:
- 26 / 06 / 2000
- 135 x 205 x 33mm