Ensuring a Legacy

Holmes, Kim R.
January 2007
National Interest;Jan/Feb2007, Issue 87, p21
The article comments on the revolutionary approach set forth by U.S. President George W. Bush to U.S. foreign policy after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Many in the Bush Administration thought their various strategies in support of the long war on terrorism would usher in a sea change not only in U.S. policy but in international affairs. The administration faces the question of whether it can institutionalize its new approach to foreign policy.


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