The University of Dodoma Library Catalog

Noll, James Wm [ed.]

Taking sides : clashing views on educational issues / James Wm. Noll [ed.] - 14th ed. - USA: McGraw Hill, 2008 - xxii, 456 p. : 24 cm. - McGraw-Hill contemporary learning series .

Previously published: Taking sides. Clashing views on controversial issues in American foreign policy. 3rd ed. Dubuque, Iowa : McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, c2006.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

UNIT 1. The United States and the world: strategic choices -- Is american hegemony good for the United States and the world? -- Should the United States have an official strategy of preemption against potential weapons of mass destruction threats? -- Should promoting democracy abroad be a top U.S. priority? -- UNIT 2. U.S. national security issues -- Was the war in Iraq justified? -- Should the United States stay in Iraq? -- Should the United States foster a partition of Iraq? -- UNIT 3. The United States and the world: regional and bilateral relations -- Is Pakistan an asset in the war on terror? -- Should the United States preemptively attack Iranian nuclear facilities? -- Should the United States send peacekeeping troops to Darfur? -- Is China's rise threatening to the United States? -- Should the United States seek negotiations and engagement with North Korea? -- Is U.S. support for Israel a key factor in America's difficulties in the Middle East? -- UNIT 4. American foreign policy: domestic politics and institutions -- Has the Department of Homeland Security been a success? -- Does domestic spying help the United States? -- Is loosening immigration regulations good for the United States? -- UNIT 5. U.S. International economic and environmental issues -- Is economic globalization good for the United States? -- Is outsourcing good for the United States? -- Should the United States fight climate change? -- Is it realistic for the United States to move toward greater energy independence? -- UNIT 6. The United States and international rules, norms, and institutions -- Is it justifiable to put suspected terrorists under greater physical duress? -- Can humanitarian intervention be justified?



World politics--21st century.

United States--Foreign relations--2001-
United States--Politics and government--2001-2009.

LC 65 / N65 2008

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