Monsters and Hegemons. "Benign or Imperial? Reflections on American Hegemony" by Owen Harries [review]
Australian Book Review
Harries is, of course, reflecting in this book an important and growing division between realist and neo-conservative thinkers that has shaken up the US foreign policy community. In Australia’s smaller, less ideological — but more partisan — environment, such divisions have not had much of a run. But the issues he raises will be with us for a long time to come, and his sharp and stimulating analysis needs careful thought. For complicating the usual certainties of foreign policy debate in Australia, Harries deserves our thanks.
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Gyngell, Allan 2004. Monsters and Hegemons. Review of "Benign or Imperial? Reflections on American Hegemony" by Owen Harries. 'Australian Book Review', No 260, April, 13-14.