Even as America asserts itself globally, it lacks a grand strategy to replace "containment of communism." This book outlines a strategy, directing America's powers to the achievement of its large purposes. Central to this strategy is the power of American ideals, what the author calls "the fourth power".
Examining the construction of the modern state of Iraq under the auspices of the British empire, this title uncovers a series of shocking parallels between the policies of a declining British empire and those of Coalition forces in Iraq since the invasion of Iraq in March 2003.
In the summer of 1961, a group of men and women volunteered for a memory experiment to be conducted by young, dynamic psychologist Stanley Milgram. This title tells the tale of one man's ambition and of the experiment that defined a generation.