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    • Read preview. As questions underlying the current rift persist, distinguished scholars--Stephen A.

      NATO, the North Atlantic, and maritime strategy: back to the future?

      Schuker, Michael Radu, Jeremy Black, and others--consider whether that gathering of nations long known as "the West" remains a valid construct. Claiming that differences over Iraq are no greater than past conflicts over Suez, China, or other issues, they adopt a "realist" stance in international relations to offer an alternative to neoconservative and liberal viewpoints.

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      They show what the major issues--and nonissues--really are, and which among them are the true time bombs. These essays consider a range of relevant topics, from the impact of globalization to emerging differences in the political cultures of North Americans and Europeans to an analysis of headscarf issues among Muslim immigrants.

      They particularly address the consequences of demographic shifts as Western countries try to deal with growing Muslim communities that present a security and cultural challenge. He is the author of The Whig Revival, He lives in West Point, Mississippi.

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      He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As questions underlying the current rift persist, distinguished scholars - Stephen Schuker, Michael Radu, Jeremy Black, and others - consider whether that gathering of nations long known as ""the West"" remains a valid construct. Claiming that differences over Iraq are no greater than past conflicts over Suez, China, or other issues, they adopt a ""realist"" stance in international relations to offer an alternative to neoconservative and liberal viewpoints.

      They show what the major issues - and nonissues - really are, and which among them are the true time bombs. These essays consider a range of relevant topics, from the impact of globalization to emerging differences in the political cultures of North Americans and Europeans to an analysis of head-scarf issues among Muslim immigrants.

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      They particularly address the consequences of demographic shifts as Western countries try to deal with growing Muslim communities that present a security and cultural challenge. In proposing possible counterterrorism strategies to define a shared Western security policy, this book considers whether a distinctive Western way of war in fact exists and what it might mean for the alliance.

      These insightful essays look beyond transatlantic complaints to probe underlying difficulties, explore sources of conflict, assess prospects for economic divergence, and advocate a workable security policy. Together, they ask readers to consider whether ""the West"" is still a major force in international affairs or whether we face a new world of competing states and shifting alliances.

      By addressing these challenges, ""Is There Still a West? Read more Read less. Review "Superb, informative, and thought-provoking.