PARADOX OF POWER IN U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
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PARADOX OF POWER IN U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
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S268667300000616-7-1
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Korney Kozlov 
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85-100
Abstract
The article deals with the paradox of power phenomenon in the U.S. foreign policy. How to explain that a powerful nation with a huge arsenal of foreign policy arguments and instruments fails to achieve tangible results, and gets a chain of disgraceful defeats instead (Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan). These failures reflect quite a lot of internal and external issues of the nation development.
Keywords
U.S. foreign policy, the paradox of power, J. Nye-Jr., soft power, smart power, the concept of smart power, the strategy of smart power, power and reason in world politics
Date of publication
09.03.2016
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