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Foreign policy for America in the twenty-first century

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Hoover Instituion Press , Stanford, Calif
Twenty-first century -- Forecasts., United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-, United States -- Foreign relations --

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Statementedited by Thomas H. Henriksen.
GenreForecasts.
SeriesHoover Institution Press publication ;, no. 491, Hoover Institution Press publication ;, 491.
ContributionsHenriksen, Thomas H.
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LC ClassificationsE840 .F677 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 152 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3940607M
ISBN 100817927921
LC Control Number2001016832

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