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ネオリベラリズムと米国の対外政策:カーターからトランプまで

Neoliberalism and U.S. Foreign Policy : From Carter to Trump . 1st ed. 2018

Scott, Catherine V.

Palgrave Macmillan 2018/01
XIII, 260 p.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783319713823
eISBN: 9783319713830
KNPID: EY00226617
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While there has been a flood of scholarly efforts to extend, adapt, and revise Foucault’s exploration of the emergence and operations of neoliberalism, the study of foreign policy has remained steeped in the analysis of partisanship, institutions, policies, and personality and their influence on various issue areas, toward particular countries, or specific presidential doctrines. This book brings the political rationality of neoliberalism to bear on U.S. foreign policy in two distinct ways. First, it challenges, complicates, and revises the numerous interpretations of U.S. nationalism that posit a homologous relationship between “1898” and contemporary nationalism, instead arguing that alterations in the operations of capitalism and its correlative forms of governance have produced a differently formatted nationalism, which in turn has produced different operations of U.S. hegemony in the twenty-first century that markedly depart from earlier eras. Second, this book argues for a new timeline—one that starts with the Carter-Reagan era and the crisis of capitalism—ultimately encouraging us to think beyond particular presidencies, wars, bureaucratic politics, and policies in order to train our sights on how long-term and sustained shifts in the economy and attendant government practices have emerged to produce new myths of exceptionalism that more fully cohere with the neoliberal foundations of the U.S. nation-state. 

Table of Contents

1. Foucault, Carter, and Trump? Neoliberalism and U.S. Foreign Policy

2. From Rambo to Jack Bauer: Neoliberal Masculinity in an Age of Terror
3. From Captives on the Frontier to Saving the World
4. Exceptionally Diverse: Neoliberal Multiculturalism, Race, and Risk
5. Neoliberal Patriotism
6. The Trump Test: Neoliberalism, Foreign Policy, and the 2016 Election