A teacher, scholar, practitioner, and publicist, Richard Ullman has been a unique and influential figure in U.S. foreign and security policy over the past forty years. This volume, created on the initiative of some of Ullman's most accomplished former students, is less a summing up of his work than a sort of intellectual kaleidoscope held up to his ideas. The result is a spirited and highly readable set of essays on themes relating to U.S. foreign and defense policy in a period of nearly unprecedented dynamism in the international system. The volume includes contributions by David Gompert, I.M. Destler, Michael Doyle, Michael O'Hanlon, and eight other distinguished scholars and practitioners of international relations. A Council on Foreign Relations book.
Anthony Lake is Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Geogetown University. David Ochmanek is senior defense analyst at the RAND Corporation.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Foreword Chapter 3 Richard Ullman and His Work: An Appreciation Chapter 4 Legitimacy and World Politics Chapter 5 Ethics and International Relations: A Speculative Essay Chapter 6 The Realist Illusion and a Patriarchal Reality Chapter 7 The Reasonable Public and the Polarized Policy Process Chapter 8 Politics, Humanitarian Values, and American National Interests Chapter 9 Saving Lives with Force Chapter 10 The Irony of Kosovo: The System Worked Better Than It Usually Does Chapter 11 Charles Evans Hughes Reconsidered, or: Liberal Isolationism in the New Millenium Chapter 12 The Limits of Alliance: Conflict, Cooperation, and Collective Identity Chapter 13 Transatlantic Relations after the Cold War: Theory, Evidence, and the Future Chapter 14 Realism, Liberalism, and German Foreign Policy Chapter 15 Strategic Competition among China, Japan, and Taiwan Chapter 16 Richard H. Ullman: Publications Chapter 17 Index