Between facts and fantasies
Sources of anti-Americanism
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter analyses the sources of anti-Americanism under a number of headings: personality; philosophical differences; policy differences; and systemic divisions. It demonstrates that when America retreats from the world bad things happen, instancing rejection of the League of Nations. America needs to be engaged with the rest of the world, since it cannot meet the challenges of the twenty-first century by itself. American values, it argues, are universal values.

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