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Bush critiques U. As long as the ideological outcome of the Cold War remained in doubt, there was little reason for presidents or government decision makers to question the unethical aspects of U. September 11 allowed the United States to assert its exceptionalism and dominance more unilaterally than ever before. America's modus operandi of independent internationalism has driven the country's relationships with the rest of the world. Professor Joan Hoff's work critiques U.
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Binding is smooth and solid. The other is the tendency of later administrations and political elites to deem an assertive, interventionist, and frequently unilateralist foreign policy necessary to advance national interests and preserve domestic institutions. Both versions of Wilsonianism have exerted massive impacts on US and international politics and culture. Yet both remain difficult to assess or even define.
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As historical phenomena they are frequently conflated; as philosophical labels they are ideologically freighted. The major reasons are two. Second, these distortions encourage the conflation of Wilsonian internationalism with subsequent yet distinct developments in American foreign policy.
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