In Unending Crisis, Thomas Graham Jr. examines the second Bush administration's misguided management of foreign policy, the legacy of which has been seven major--and almost irresolvable--national security crises involving North Korea, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, the Arab-Israeli conflict in Palestine, and nuclear proliferation. Unending Crisis considers these issues individually and together, emphasizing their interrelationship and delineating the role that the neoconservative agenda played in redefining the way America is perceived in the world today.
As a U.S. ambassador, Thomas Graham Jr. was involved in the negotiation of major arms control agreements over the course of nearly 30 years. His publications include Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction, Cornerstones of Security: Arms Control Treaties in the Nuclear Era, Disarmament Sketches: Three Decades of Arms Control and International Law, and Spy Satellites and Other Intelligence Technologies That Changed History.
Foreword by Hans Blix Acknowledgments Introduction 1. North Korea 2. Iran 3. Afghanistan 4. Pakistan 5. Iraq 6. Palestine 7. The Rule of Law 8. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty9. The Arab Spring Conclusion Epilogue Notes Glossary BibliographyIndex