4 edition of Wilsonian impulse found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -175) and index.
|Statement||Mary N. Hampton.|
|LC Classifications||E183.8.G3 H24 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||95045418|
Wilsonian Armenia (Armenian: Վիլսոնյան Հայաստան) refers to the boundary configuration of the First Republic of Armenia in the Treaty of Sèvres, as drawn by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's Department of State. The Treaty of Sèvres was a peace treaty that had been drafted and signed between the Western Allied Powers and the defeated government of the Ottoman Empire in . See her seminal article, “NATO at the Creation: U.S. Foreign Policy, West Germany and the Wilsonian Impulse,” Security Studies, Spring , pp. , as well as her subsequent book, The Wilsonian Impulse: U.S. Foreign Policy, the Alliance, and German Unification (New York: Praeger, ). 8Author: David G. Haglund, Deanna Soloninka.
The Wilsonian Moment is a work of comparative international history that looks at how Woodrow Wilson’s post-war rhetoric on self-determination, the so-called Fourteen Points, impacted several anticolonial movements. Using Egypt, India, China, and Korea as case studies, Erez Manela investigates how countries on the Great Powers’ periphery respectively received and . Start studying APUSH Chapter 29 - Wilsonian Progressivism at Home and Abroad. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
The Wilsonian impulse in American foreign policy has both spoken to the "better angels" of the American spirit at the same time that it has led to . In fact, Mead contends, there are actually four contrasting schools of foreign policy: a "Hamiltonian" concern with U.S. economic well-being at home and abroad; a "Wilsonian" impulse to promulgate U.S. values throughout the world; a "Jeffersonian" focus on protecting American democracy in a perilous world; and a bellicose, populist "Jacksonian.
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The peaceful unification of Germany in brought to fruition the future envisioned by the Wilsonian impulse. This book will be of interest to scholars and researchers of 20th century American foreign policy and modern German history. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Cited by: 5. These ideas, called the Wilsonian impulse, derived from the historical lessons concerning World War I and the interwar years learned by prominent American policymakers. The most important lesson was that a trans-Atlantic community of nations must be built that included a democratic and equal Germany.
The peaceful unification of Germany in brought to fruition the future envisioned by the Wilsonian impulse. This book will be of interest to scholars and researchers of 20th century American foreign policy and modern German history.
The Wilsonian Impulse by Mary N. Hampton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The historical origins of the Wilsonian impulse and the Western alliance --The Eisenhower administration and the Wilsonian impulse --The Kennedy administration and the long Wilsonian shadow --Restoring the Atlantic community under Johnson --From Ostpolitik to unification: the legacy of the Wilsonian impulse and the Versailles remedial.
Wilsonianism or Wilsonian describe a certain type of foreign policy advice. The term comes from the ideas and proposals of President Woodrow Wilson ().He issued his famous Fourteen Points in January as a basis for ending World War I and promoting world was a leading advocate of the League of Nations in order to enable the international.
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A political scientist at the University of Utah argues that the United States sought to create, in the aftermath of World War II, a security community with European allies based on norms and values that went beyond the negative purpose of containing the Soviet Union and that was based not simply on the Munich analogy but on the need to integrate West Germany into an order.
Get this from a library. The Wilsonian impulse: U.S. foreign policy, the alliance, and German unification. [Mary N Hampton] -- Mary Hampton argues that a set of ideas that influenced American policymakers in the postwar era help explain the unique evolution of the Western Alliance and Germany's rapid unification in The Wilsonian With his Fourteen Points in hand he hoped to transform the corrupt imperial order that he felt gave rise to the slaughter of World War I.
Several months, and an additional cross-ocean trip back and forth later, Woodrow Wilson was a broken man/5. Impulse: The Faces of Evil Series: Book 2 - Kindle edition by Webb, Debra. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Impulse: The Faces of Evil Series: Book /5(). The Wilsonian Impulse Culture, Transnationalism, U.S. Foreign Policy, the Alliance, and Civil Society and German Unification Aga Khan Social Service By Mary N. Hampton Initiatives in Tanzania Examines how a set of ideas, the Wilsonian By Paul J.
Kaiser impulse, helped shape American and West Focusing on the growing transnational com. With a glance at the historical origins of isolationism (what was the American Revolution itself, Adler shrewdly asks, but an isolationist manoeuvre?) the book advances to the era of Wilsonian democracy and through to the present date.
The viewpoint is almost exclusively political except for some emphasis upon prevailing social values and temperament. In fact, Mead contends, there are actually four contrasting schools of foreign policy: a "Hamiltonian" concern with U.S.
economic well-being at home and abroad; a "Wilsonian" impulse to promulgate. tion of the Wilsonian impulse during the Republican interwar years was Professor James T.
Shotwell's suggestion to the French government (a suggestion that French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand ac-cepted and made his own) that it propose to conclude a treaty with the United States in which both nations would agree to forego war.
The Crisis of American Foreign Policy: Wilsonianism in the Twenty-first Century, G. John Ikenberry, Thomas J. Knock, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Tony Smith, Princeton University Press. The term "Wilsonian Armenia" refers to the US president who launched the idea of independent Armenian State in Western Armenia, on the territory of former Ottoman Empire.
Put forward at the Paris Peace Conference, the idea magnetized the leaders of victorious Entente nations.
At Sevres Conference of they created a mirage of Wilsonian Armenia (Sevres Treaty), only. Reception. Reviewers, such as Bruce Ramsey, have sought to compare Berg's book with other biographies of Wilson: "Berg's biography has a fine feeling for Wilson and the story of his life, but he does present Wilson mostly from Wilson's point of a more critical look at the 20th century's first war president, the reader will have to look elsewhere, such as Thomas Fleming's Author: A.
Scott Berg. The Wilsonian Impulse: U.S. Foreign Policy, the Alliance, and German Unification. By Mary N. Hampton. “Exterminate All the Brutes”: One Man's Odyssey into the Heart of Darkness and the Origins of European Genocide.
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Event Venue Center in Historic Downtown Wilson, N.C. for Rent4/5(5). A century from now, this may seem a more impressive achievement than defeating the Soviet Union in an overly militarized, bipolar conflict.
10 Smith, America 's, Mission, p. xiii. I Orbis postwar policy-makers Review Essays Mary Hampton, in The Wilsonian Impulse: U.S. Foreign Policy, the Alliance, and German Unification, contends that the Cited by: 1.Wilsonian methods of concept analysis: A critique Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Research and Theory for Nursing Practice 10(3) February with 7, Reads.Why Export Democracy?
by G. John Ikenberry T o hear critics tell it, the American preoccupation with promoting democracy around the world is the product of a dangerous idealistic impulse. In his recent book, Diplomacy(), Henry Kissinger cautions against this neo-Wilsonian impulse, under which American for-File Size: KB.