U.S. Foreign Policy Since the Cold War

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U.S. Foreign Policy Since the Cold War is a compilation of articles from shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union up to the events which lead to September 11, 2001. Although now more of a retrospective of what was happening during that time, there are some precursors to what has developed since.

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