GRAMOTA Publishers suggests publishing your scientific articles in periodicals
Pedagogy. Theory & PracticePhilology. Theory & PracticeManuscript

Archive of Scientific Articles

SOURCE:   Historical, Philosophical, Political and Law Sciences, Culturology and Study of Art.
Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 8. Part 1. P. 85-89.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Political Science
To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

License Agreement on scientific materials use.

DISCUSSION IN B. CLINTON'S ADMINISTRATION REGARDING THE U.S. MILITARY PRESENCE ABROAD

Kireev Aleksei Aleksandrovich
Blagoveshchensk State Pedagogical University


Abstract. The author considers the questions of the U.S. military and foreign policy after the Cold War, shows that the problem of maintaining military power and military presence of the U.S. troops abroad was in the spotlight of Clinton's administration, studies different approaches to this problem solving discussed in the government and expert community; and substantiates that the absence of the clear criteria for the use of troops in conflicts abroad gave Clinton's administration certain freedom.
Key words and phrases: военная политика, военное присутствие за рубежом, военно-техническое сотрудничество, ключевые регионы, избирательный интервенционизм, оружие массового уничтожения, борьба с терроризмом, military policy, military presence abroad, military-technical cooperation, key regions, selective interventionism, weapon of mass destruction, struggle against terrorism.
Open the whole article in PDF format. Free PDF-files viewer can be downloaded here.

 

References:
  1. Evstaf'ev D. G. Sovremennaya amerikanskaya voennaya politika // SShA v novom mire: predely mogushchestva. M.: INION RAN, 1997.
  2. A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement. Washington, 1994.
  3. Aspin L. Report on the Bottom-Up Review. Washington, 1993.
  4. Christopher W. American Foreign Policy. Strategic Priorities // Vital Speeches of the Day. 1994. Vol. LX. № 6.
  5. Cohen W. S. Annual Report to the President and the Congress. Washington, 2000.
  6. Development in the Middle East, October 1994: hearing before the Subcomm. on Europe a. the Middle East of the Comm. on foreign affairs, House of repres., 103d Congress, 2d sess., Oct. 4, 1994. Washington, 1994.
  7. Haas R. Military Force: the User's Guide // Foreign Policy. 1994. № 96.
  8. Khalizad Z., Ochmanek D. Rethinking US Defense Planning // Survival. 1997. Vol. 39. № 1.
  9. Lake A. Power and Diplomacy: America's Democratic Defense // International Herald Tribune. 1995. 25 September.
  10. Mahnken T. America's Next War // The Washington Quarterly. 1993. Summer.
  11. Maynes Ch. Relearning Intervention // Foreign Policy. 1995. № 98.
  12. National Military Strategy. Washington, 1995.
  13. Perry W. Annual Report to the President and the Congress. Washington, 1995.
  14. Perry W. Defense in Age of Hope // Foreign Affairs. 1996. November/December.
  15. Strategic Assessment 1996. Instruments of Power / National Defense University; Institute for National Strategic Studies. Washington, 1996.
  16. Ulman H., Getler W. Common Sense Defense // Foreign Policy. 1996. № 105.
  17. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents. 1999. Vol. 36. № 4.
  18. World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1993-1995. Washington, 1996.

To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

© 2006-2021 GRAMOTA Publishers

site development and search engine optimization (seo): krav.ru