THE AMERICAN LEADERSHIP: POLITICAL AND CONCEPTUAL ORIGINS
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THE AMERICAN LEADERSHIP: POLITICAL AND CONCEPTUAL ORIGINS
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Viktoriya Zhuravleva 
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19-32
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The world order crisis that we witness today brings back to the discussion the question of American leadership. This article analyses the ideas and clue features of American political process that nourish its leader ambitions.
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American leadership, isolationism, ideological clash, party polarization, angry white man, smart power, messianism
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11.11.2014
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